Seeking nominations for the influencer 'collab' houses that have had the greatest impact on the creator industry this year

Camp Sike is one of many new creator groups that have begun living together in order to collaborate and grow their followings on social media. Harry Toohey/Spacestation Integrations. Business Insider is building a database of the top influencer "collab" houses that have taken off in 2020. We want to hear from you. Who are the influencer "collab" houses that have had the greatest impact on the creator industry this year? Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Insider Influen...
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Unlimited Free Extra Pages+40% Off Shutterfly Photo Books!

Shutterfly Photo Books Linky You can click on this link to apply codes to your Shutterfly account. The following codes can be stacked on the same order: Use the following code for unlimited additional extra pages from Shutterfly (Exp: 10/11): FREEPAGES Use the following code for 40% off everything from Shutterfly (Exp: 12/31/21): 40OFF If […]
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At the Sunrise Café...

  ... you can write about whatever you like — except the VP debate, which has its own post, one post down. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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KVAC XC Meet @ ELHS Auburn

Leavitt HS ELHS & Lewiston Set 1 courtesy of David Colby Young
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KVAC XC Meet @ ELHS Auburn 7 Oct 2020

Leavitt HS ELHS & Lewiston Set 1 courtesy of David Colby Young
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Morgan Wallen Apologizes After Being Pulled From 'SNL' for Breaching COVID-19 Protocols

The country star took to Instagram to share a message with fans regarding the cancellation of his planned 'SNL' performance.
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Facebook Widens Ban On Political Ads As Alarm Rises Over Election

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: On Wednesday, Facebook said it would take more preventive measures to keep political candidates from using it to manipulate the election's outcome and its aftermath. The company now plans to prohibit all political and issue-based advertising after the polls close on Nov. 3 for an undetermined length of time. And it said it would place notifications at the top of the News Feed notifying people that no winner had been decided until a vic...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Tech, New York Times, Zuckerberg, Trump, Rosen, Joseph R Biden Jr, Guy Rosen, Facebook Widens

Daily Crunch: Big tech responds to antitrust report

The major tech platforms push back against the House antitrust report, Google Assistant gets a “guest” mode and we interview a freshly minted Nobel laureate. This is your Daily Crunch for October 7, 2020. The big story: Big tech responds to antitrust report The House Judiciary Committee released its tech antitrust report late yesterday, concluding that the big tech platforms should face additional regulation. Recommendations include creating new separations to prevent dominant platforms from ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Policy, House, Republican, Doordash, House Judiciary Committee, Google Amazon, Jennifer Doudna, US China, Substack, Shogun

Facebook: Trump can’t recruit ‘army’ of poll watchers under new voter intimidation rules

In a blog post Wednesday, Facebook said it will no longer allow content that encourages poll watching that uses “militarized” language or intends to “intimidate, exert control, or display power over election officials or voters.” Facebook credited the update to its platform rules to civil rights experts who it worked with to create the policy. Facebook Vice President of Content Policy Monika Bickert elaborated on the new rules in a call with reporters, noting that wording would prohibit posts...
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Teens are obsessed with Shein, a Chinese fast-fashion retailer that has more than 13 million Instagram followers and no store footprint

Guests attend Shein Summer Pop Up Preview Evening on May 23, 2019 in London, England. Dave Benett/Getty Images for SHEIN Shein, a Chinese fast-fashion retailer, is taking off with American teens. It came in second on a ranking of upper-income teens' favorite websites, according to Piper Sandler's "Taking Stock With Teens" survey.  Shein has said that it adds 500 new fashion items to its website every day.  Some of its recent products have faced backlash, however. Visit Business Insider's h...
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Brand Moves for Wednesday October 7

In early March we began reporting daily on how brands were dealing with Covid-19. But it’s become clear that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption, so we decided to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal is to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand moves as they happen. The Anheuser-Busch brewing company is using its facilities to produce hand sanit...
Tags: Facebook, Home Depot, Japan, UK, England, Texas, Instagram, Minneapolis, California, New York City, Advertising, US, Dolphin, Fbi, Canada, Paris

Social karaoke company Smule integrates Snapchat Lenses into the AutoRap app

Social karaoke singing app Smule use Snap Camera Kit to add the Snapchat camera and filters to their rapping app AutoRap. Snap Camera Kit is the developer tool allowing integration of the Snapchat camera and its lenses within third-party apps. Smule become the first company to use Snap Camera Kit to add the camera to AutoRap, the rapping app with autotune and beat matching. AutoRap added the ability to film yourself right within the app in June. Now the Snap camera and all of it...
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Five Qualities Genuine Leaders Have in Common

COVID-19 reminds us that we live in a world full of uncertainty—and this will continue well beyond the pandemic. But it only intensifies something we were already seeing in the world of work: organizations need to adapt constantly to keep up with market dynamics. Unfortunately, this can take a toll on employees if businesses focus on efficiency but don’t create an environment where people feel they belong. And with today’s digital economy and globalized markets making organizations more and mor...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Washington, France, Mit, Gallup, Matias Obludzyner, Matioblu Leadership Communications

Instagram’s Threads app now lets you message everyone, like its Direct app once did

Last year, Instagram announced it was ending support for its standalone mobile messaging app known as Direct, which had allowed users to quickly create and share messages with friends. Shortly thereafter, the company , a new messaging app focused on status updates and communication with only those you identified in Instagram as your “Close Friends.” Now, these two messaging concepts are merging. With the latest update to Threads, Instagram is again offring the full inbox experience, it says. Th...
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House Democrats Tackle Big Tech 'Monopolies'

The House Judiciary Committee says Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are monopolies -- but its new plan to rein in their power won't change anything overnight. Instead, Democratic lawmakers propose to rewrite American antitrust law in order to restructure the U.S.'s most successful and powerful industry over time. From a report: The report is a long pass down the field of the tech industry's unfolding conflicts. It could be game-changing -- but it also might never get completed. The report, whi...
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7 ways to stand out and get noticed at virtual recruiting events and job fairs

Being polite and personable is key to standing out in crowded virtual recruiting events. Girts Ragelis/Shutterstock As many companies continue to operate remotely amid the coronavirus pandemic, recruiters are using virtual career fairs and online networking events to find new hires among recent graduates. Meeting a potential employer over video chat can seem intimidating at first, but there are several strategies you can use to stand out and make a good impression. Practice good Zoom etiqu...
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What Is EXIF Data, and How to Remove It From Your Photos

Every time you take a photo with a digital camera or smartphone, your device adds extra information to the image file—metadata about the image that’s stored within the image itself. This EXIF data, as it’s known, is short for “Exchangeable Image File Format,” and it includes the date, time, and geographic location of…Read more...
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Limit acquisitions, overhaul antitrust laws, enforcement to rein in Big Tech: US Antitrust Committee

Radical overhauls to the antitrust laws, stringent enforcement, and restricting acquisitions are some of the recommendations that the United States’ House Judiciary Committee’s report on Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google has made to limit the dominance of Big Tech in the country. The report has criticised these companies for buying off potential rivals, giving preference to their own products, and abusing their dominance against sellers and workers. Each of these companies has “expanded and ex...
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A photowalk in September

You can almost always take a photowalk. Photography has preserved my sanity these last few months. Also, I’m learning that a photowalk can fix most things in life. You just grab your camera and you go out. Maybe you go somewhere special. Or maybe you go wherever. To see what you see. You make yourself look at the world as it presents itself to you, right where you are. And right when you are. On this photowalk, I saw a still river. And I saw a man and his boat. Som...
Tags: Photography, Pr, Mindfulness, Digital Photography, Work-life balance, Canon, Freelance Lifestyle, Creative Thinking, Outdoor Life, Online Creative

YouTube is last big platform openly hosting QAnon content after its users were kicked off Facebook and Instagram

The QAnon conspiracy theorists hold signs during the protest at the State Capitol in Salem, Oregon, United States on May 2, 2020. John Rudoff/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Facebook and Instagram conducted their most comprehensive purge of QAnon accounts to date on Tuesday. The sites removed thousands of accounts spreading the groundless conspiracy that President Trump is secretly battling a cabal of child-abusing elites.  YouTube, though, still hosts thousands of pro-QAnon posts. "Videos...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Analysis, Fbi, Canada, News UK, Propaganda, Donald Trump, Trump, Pew Research, Concordia University, Tom Porter, Tech Insider, University of Berkeley California

Yes, T.F.M. Remembers...

 I guess they like you when they build a meme about you... I do remember and continue to be a fan of swinging soft hackles.  How about you?Jump over to Instagram and follow @i_mostly_throw_meat. Subscribe in a reader [Author: Cameron Mortenson]
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Shogun raises $35M to help brands take on Amazon with faster and better sites of their own

E-commerce has boomed this year, with more businesses and shoppers than ever before turning to websites and apps as a safer, socially distanced alternative during the current global health pandemic. Today, a startup that has built a platform to help individual companies and brands design better websites is announcing a round of growth funding to help them step up to that challenge with faster and better designed interfaces. Shogun, which lets companies build sites that sit on top of e-commerce b...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Ecommerce, Design, Instagram, Scotland, Tech, Glasgow, Websites, Taylor, NICK, Shopify, Accel, Magento, SVP

Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook all came out swinging against the House antitrust report that compared them to oil barons and railroad tycoons

Left to right: Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images/Rich Fury/Getty Images/Stephen J. Cohen/WireImage/Mateusz Wlodarczyk/NurPhoto via Getty Images House Democrats on Tuesday published a wide-ranging antitrust report on Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook. The report decried all four companies as monopolies, and made sweeping recommendations for how to rein in their power including breaking them ...
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Big tech blows a collective raspberry at the House’s antitrust report

Big tech has responded to the mammoth antitrust report put out by the U.S. House Judiciary Committee yesterday with blanket denials there’s any monopolistic behaviour or competitive imbalances to see here. Here’s a quick run down of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google’s rebuttals. Amazon In a lengthy but punchy blog post the ecommerce giant brands the committee’s views on antitrust “fringe notions” and “regulatory spitballing” — lathering on dire predictions of doom for small business and ho...
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Photo: Chris Smalling arrives back at Roma after transfer from Man Utd

Chris Smalling arrived in Italy yesterday evening to report for duty with Roma after completing his deadline day move from Manchester United. The... Click the headline to read the full story.
Tags: Photos, Sport, Soccer, Manchester United, Italy, Chris Smalling, Roma, Transfer News and Gossip

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