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Flickr’s 1.4 million photos per day, Instagram’s 40 million photos per day

Flickr has 1.4 million photos uploaded per day.

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Tumblr is not a blogging platform

With Yahoo buying Tumblr, I was looking for an insightful article that explains what Tumblr really is. Tumblr is not just a collection of 18-24 year olds. Tumblr is a unique system. This is a good reminder for what tumblr truly is. (Image courtesy finalbossform on tumblr Tumblr is unique combination of being like: 1) […]

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Idea: bit.ly and delicious.com should partner

Did you know that you can save tags and notes for every bit.ly link you save? That’s pretty cool. I never used it, but I do tag links on delicious. I’d love to see bit.ly partner with delicious.com. If I post something in bitly with a note and tags, it should appear in my delicious. […]

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Grocery shopping can be a simile for reading books

Books and shopping baskets. They really quite similar. While shopping with my girlfriend yesterday, I held the basket while she picked them items and handed them to me. I asked her if it felt weird passing off the groceries and not carrying them into a basket or cart. She said that it did feel abstract. […]

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Thoughts on copyright system via twitter

Our copyright system definitely needs an overhaul. Ariel Bogle of Melville House wrote an excellent article, US copyright chief calls for complete overhaul. Here is my complete commentary on the article in the form of tweets: US Copyright Chief Calls for Complete Overhaul: bit.ly/YESwCz @melvillehouse — Amanda DeMarco (@Readuxreads) March 27, 2013 @readuxreads Yes please! […]

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Digital comics war heats up

This is the most hilarious thing all month! I think it might take the cake for funniest thing I’ve seen so far all of 2013! The 80s-style story of two gangs fighting it out also provides such a great backdrop to this gag. This is sorta like the music video for Michael Jackson’s Thriller. I […]