Tag Archives: Internet

Bracing For A Post-Facebook Facebook

How will the company called Facebook continue to grow and innovate as Facebook the social network fades?

John Herrman of BuzzFeed tries to figure it out.

…while the internet moves fast, the world of social networking moves faster. Facebook, once a leader in almost every category it touched, now leads in almost none: it’s not the most exciting picture service, nor is it the next big messaging service, video service, mobile texting service, or news-sharing service. The only thing it definitely is is the leading identity service β€” something that a lot of sites are trying to take away from it.

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Social Media Images Form A New Language Online

“Photos, once slices of a moment in the past β€” sunsets, meetings with friends, the family vacation β€” are fast becoming an entirely new type of dialogue,” writes Nick Bilton of the New York Times Bits blog.

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The Smartphone Changed Photography Forever

At The Verge James Bareham, a professional photographer, writes about falling in love with taking photos all over again, this time with smartphones.

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Paul Miller Is Back

After one year without using internet technologies, Paul Miller, writer for The Verge, has returned.

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