Instagram against TwitterAdded: Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Ridiculous Criminal Trials
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Surprisingly for many, Facebook has handed Instagram a huge cheque. However, it proved to make sense – apart from data mining, Internet users share photos on Facebook, and Instagram was on the up and up with its automatic shot filtering, which makes a simple iPhone snap look decent. Although Instagram’s popularity soared on Twitter as well, the latter has put a stop to that without explanation. This means that Twitter users won’t be able to properly display the pictures via its site or applications, but instead redirected from tweets to Instagram’s website. This deprives users of the quick view option they have enjoyed from its inception. Apparently, Instagram believes that a picture is worth more than 140 characters, though the company only said that disabling Twitter integration made sense at the moment.
Instagram’s Chief Executive Officer claimed that the situation changes with the company evolving, though it is unclear whether that evolution is linked to the whim of Facebook. Indeed, tensions started to build when Instagram was purchased by Facebook. A result of those tensions was cutting the most important ties, though there were no specifics in the wild just yet.
Since the primary way of the largest social network in the world to monetize is data mining, all three social media services are trying to figure out the best way to profit from the amateur photography. Facebook recently allowed automatic photo tagging, but this was opposed by people who valued their privacy. Although this wasn’t enough to permanently delete their account, they still got unhappy with the social network recognizing them.
The industry observers point out that this feud seems to be specifically between Instagram and Twitter. In the meanwhile, other services, like Tumblr, Foursquare, and even Facebook, will remain unaffected. In response, Twitter might want to introduce its own photo filters, just like the ones offered by Instagram. In this case, Internet users frozen out by the Twitter’s move would be able to continue to enjoy intentionally blurry pictures of their meal, with full integration. We’ll see the result of this move quite soon.
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Wednesday, December 12th, 2012
|Yet another stolen article you are trying to take credit for Sam.|
This time you have stolen the work of Arnold Balati from arnoldbalati.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/instagram-wapingana-na-twitter.html
100% copy and pasted.
|posted by (2012-12-12 15:25:32)|
|They all are, he just forgot to credit this one. Take a chill pill|
|Here never gives credit and in fact always say By: SaM|
He is trying to take credit for someone else hard work.
|posted by (2012-12-12 15:33:36)|
|I just looked back at a few, some do but only the ones from torrent freak.|
Make a forum post about it, maybe he well start adding the credit.
|wo cares!! news is news!! wtf cares wo wrote, if thy are ttrue and legit is all that maters|
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SaM (2012-12-12 20:22:20)
|r u serious?? i copied this from that link u gave?? not the other way round??greatttt...|
|Sam I believe you, for i am smart enough to see, that the title is in a different language, why write the title in one language in the article in another...|
|thx for the input yours or not still good to know let the haters hate good job|
|Interesting article thanks for sharing.|
@ sniffscratch. What a sad little life you must lead to get so butthurt over an article you didn't even write. Go outside.
|why don't all u jizz guzzlers ranting about whose article this is take a hike man?? critics!! thank u sam, I really don't care where u got it from and who didn't get credit blah! blah! blah!|
|You should stop thinking about guzzling jizz tab and pay attention. There is only 1 person complaining about where the article came from and that is sniffscratch. No-one else has a problem. I know, reading is hard. Keep at it though and you will get it. Practice makes perfect.|
|There are many news organizations and people who offer their opinions or re-distributed facts/information/etc without crediting whom the exact author or journalist is/was, and this happens daily, with major media outlets, providing a large percentage of people with the "news" and sources of supposedly trustworthy origins and content.|
American Press (AP) is one that comes to mind. So what is the point of the criticism, exactly? Does Sam profit from his expressions in some way?
|Sam... thanks for passing on the news, To whoever has a prob with your methods.. They can scratch&sniff this *#$@!|
Agreed, Time to move on.
|It`s not who wrote the article but who made it available for you to read about it that matters, alternatively stick your head up your backside and live in ignorance like so many others.Another good article Sam thanks for the Info.||
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