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Instagram adds a dedicated spot for your pronouns

Seeing someone mention their pronouns in their Instagram bio has become commonplace — so much so that the app now has a dedicated location where users can put pronouns without taking up that valuable profile space. The company announced the new feature on Twitter, saying that it is only available in a few countries just now, but will be arriving in more soon. I was able to make it work here in the U.S. in version 187 of the iOS app. To set your pronoun, just go to your profile page, hit “Edit Pr...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Apps, Twitter, Gender, Instagram, Tech

Another Garden

Once again a photo on Instagram sent me to a new place, this time Parc Georges Brassens. I took a new electric bus. This arc at the entrance is what caught my eye on Instagram. The cherry tree beyond it was starting to lose its blooms and men were making huge piles of them. A closeup. Another entrance, this time with bulls. The flowers were fabulous.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Instagram, Paris, Flowers, Arch, Entrance, Parc George Brassens, Parc Georges Brassens

You can get 'business advice' from Lindsay Lohan on Cameo right now for $375

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Cameo Lindsay Lohan is one of many well-known personalities you can find on Cameo. Cameo is a video-sharing site that lets fans, for a fee, receive personalized messages from celebs. The service is a great gift idea for any star-struck loved one in your life. Head to Insider Reviews for more gift-giving inspiration. What's Lindsay Lohan up to these days? Well, for a small price, she's creating ...
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New images reveal Jupiter's Great Red Spot and its smaller counterpart, Red Spot Jr., in stunning detail

Three images of Jupiter show the gas giant in different types of light: infrared (left), visible, and ultraviolet (right). International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA/NASA/ESA, M.H. Wong and I. de Pater (UC Berkeley) et al. Two telescopes have captured stunning images of Jupiter in regular, infrared, and ultraviolet light. The images can help astronomers study storms and hot spots in the planet's atmosphere. Infrared imaging revealed that Jupiter's shrinking Great Red Spot is...
Tags: Photos, Space, Science, News, Trends, Nasa, Earth, Hubble, Hawaii, Planets, University Of California Berkeley, Jupiter, UC Berkeley, Hubble Space Telescope, Wong, Jr

The rise, fall, and comeback of Victoria's Secret, America's biggest lingerie retailer

Model Tyra Banks the Victoria's Secret fashion show Wednesday, Feb. 3, 1999 in New York. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Victoria's Secret is the largest lingerie retailer in the US and has been for several decades. It achieved explosive success in the late 1990s and 2000s but has struggled in more recent years and been accused of losing relevance. Here's the story of the rise, fall, and subsequent comeback of the brand. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You...
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Black Widow: David Harbour Teases Introduction of the Winter Guard 

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Following yesterday’s release of new character posters for Black Widow, Stranger Things star David Harbour took to Instagram to share the Red Guardian poster in order to further promote the film. To MCU fans who aren’t familiar with the Marvel comics, his post may not seem like a big deal, but comic fans who have more knowledge about the character’s background would clearly know that Harbour has seemingly confirmed a major detail about Marvel Studios’ long-delayed movie. In ...
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TikTok Wants To Be Its Own Economy

TikTok is apparently the latest platform to make the shift from social media site to a glorified digital mall. On Tuesday, Bloomberg reported that TikTok has started floating the idea of in-app shopping to brands over in Europe, hoping to hook young EU shoppers—and their wallets—in the process. Read more...
Tags: Europe, Science, Instagram, Walmart, Eu, Bloomberg, Software, Bloomberg LP, Levi, Mobile Applications, Business Finance, Video Software, Music Software, Bytedance, Tiktok, Application Software

Instagram for kids – the social media site no one asked for

Facebook has been busy developing a child-friendly social media platform. But why are US lawmakers so unhappy?Name: Instagram for kids.Age: That is very much the question. How old are you? Old enough to be reading this pass notes, I hope. Continue reading...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Family, Instagram, US, Social Media, Parents and parenting

TikTok and Snapchat battle for Gen Z, as Instagram trails with kids

TikTok is making a run for the younger generation, and is developing more channels through which brands can sell.
Tags: Instagram, Advertising

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eMarketer: TikTok Will Have More US Gen-Z Users Than Instagram by Year-End

TikTok will bypass Instagram in terms of Generation Z U.S. users by the end of the year, and it will do the same to Snapchat for total U.S. users by 2023, according to new research from eMarketer. The research firm said that by the end of 2021, TikTok will have 37.3 million Gen Z users...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Snapchat, Platforms, Social Pro Daily, Tiktok

Everyone except Facebook thinks "Instagram for kids" is a bad idea

44 state attorneys general signed a letter to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg urging him to abandon plans to create an Instagram just for kids. The corrosive mental-health maze of social media remaking children in its quantified, privacy-dissolving, self-objectifying image? Not so great an idea. — Read the rest
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, News, Instagram, Privacy, Children's Privacy

Instagram Restrict: How to Restrict Users on Instagram

Have you heard of Instagram Restrict? Surprisingly, not many people have. Restrict, which originally rolled out in a 2019 update, went overlooked by many people and agencies amid the rapidly changing social space. The feature was created to give account owners and community managers the ability to moderate unsavory users without actually blocking their accounts. If your job requires you to monitor community engagement and interaction on Instagram, this feature might be the perfect solutio...
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Challenge Authority (with Donna Brazile) – Episode 19 of Professional Troublemaker

This week on Professional Troublemaker, I’m talking to veteran political strategist Donna Brazile. Donna is the former interim chair of the Democratic National Committee and became the first African American woman to serve as the manager of a major party presidential campaign when she ran the campaign of former vice president Al Gore. She is a best-selling author and speaks at colleges and universities across the country. She’s been an adjunct professor at Georgetown and the Harvard Kennedy...
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Perrie Edwards twins with Leigh-Anne Pinnock as they show off baby bumps

Perrie Edwards took to Instagram yesterday to share the happy news that she is expecting...
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The 5 Ways the Creator Economy Rhymes With the Gig Economy

Despite being widely attributed to Mark Twain, there's no evidence he said: "history doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes." But it sure sounds like him. And, in our opinion, this aphorism nicely describes how the recent surge of excitement about the creator economy "rhymes" with what happened with the sharing and gig economies back in 2012-2015. Here are the key ways we see them rhyming: 1. The Dream Both the creator economy and the gig economy are based on "the dream". In the case...
Tags: Instagram, Sales, Mark Twain, Freelance, Gig Economy, Yang, Independent workers, Artisan Economy, YouTube TikTok, Creator Economy, Substack Patreon

Anti-Cheating Technology Challenged at Dartmouth Medical School (slashdot)

Dartmouth college switched to remote tests when the coronavirus ended in-person exams — then accused 17 medical students of cheating, reports the New York Times: At the heart of the accusations is Dartmouth's use of the Canvas system to retroactively track student activity during remote exams without their knowledge. In the process, the medical school may have overstepped by using certain online activity data to try to pinpoint cheating, leading to some erroneous accusations, according to indep...
Tags: News, Instagram, New York Times, Dartmouth, Times, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Dartmouth Medical School, EditorDavid, Cooper Quintin, New York Times Dartmouth

RHOA's Porsha Williams confirms engagement to co-star Falynn Guobadia's estranged husband Simon

The 39-year-old reality star took to Instagram to share a snap of herself with Simon Guobadia along with a lengthy caption in which she...
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YouTube announces a $100M fund to reward top YouTube Shorts creators over 2021-2022

YouTube is giving its TikTok competitor, YouTube Shorts, an injection of cash to help it better compete with rivals. The company today introduced the YouTube Shorts Fund, a $100 million fund that will pay YouTube Shorts creators for their most viewed and most engaging content over the course of 2021 and 2022. Creators can’t apply for the fund to help with content production, however. Instead, YouTube will reach out to creators each month whose videos exceeded certain milestones to reward them fo...
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