Do you work in sales at Tumblr? Have you noticed a disturbance in the force? We're hearing that bad shit went down at Tumblr this week, and while it is not going to be announced until next week, for now everyone at Tumblr is drinking heavily. Marissa Mayer addressed her haters during Yahoo's earnings call. As for profitability, Mayer said Tumblr will reach "positive Ebitda," which doesn't seem like enough return to shut down activist investors. Faced with sagging ad sales, Yahoo has decided to keep trying to same failing strategy: gobbling up fledgling startups to reinvigorate the aging behemoth. An activist investor already slammed this approach as a money-burning fuck up.
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Are we in ? Breastfeeding moms have voiced similar outrage at social networks like Facebook and Instagram, complaining that their nursing photos have been taken down for being too revealing. See, kids love taking nude selfies, and they have notoriously bad judgement when it comes to putting stuff on the Internet. At the same time, Instagram is quickly eclipsing Facebook as the social network of choice for young teens. The nudity policy also keeps Instagram from being a revenge porn destination. Without their policy, Instagram would be a destination for revenge porn as well. This is also a question of practicality. Ideally, Instagram would be able to distinguish between a naked year old and a breastfeeding mom.
Style icons have existed for hundreds of years probably longer , from Marie Antoinette to Coco Chanel to the supermodel squad of the s. But in the past 10 years, the rise of social media and blogging culture swung the axis of style photography toward self-starters; ordinary, fashion-obsessed people with smartphone cameras and Instagram accounts now command immense cultural credibility when it comes to fashion imagery. While paparazzi remain capable of propelling celebrity, anyone who wants to gain fame also masters the art of the selfie. Even formerly crusty, freewheeling events like Bonnaroo and other music festivals have morphed into opportunities for young people to be photographed and included in slideshows in New York Magazine. People once excluded from mainstream fashion are using the Internet to blog their way inside, like Leandra Medine of the website The Man Repeller , whose once-hobbyist blog is now an influential fashion staple, replete with sponsorships and brand affiliations. Self-promotion is now just as valid as old-school promotion. Say what?