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Amazing Instagram Accounts For Horrible People To Follow

Not all Instagram accounts were created equal. Some are filled with ethereal, dreamy images that capture beauty, motivate positivity and inspire wanderlust. And some exist simply to ridicule in the most politically incorrect way possible.


How To Survive When The Internet Fails

Oh crap. Your internet has just gone out and doesn’t seem like it will be coming back anytime soon. First off, don’t panic. Or, wait, maybe you’re supposed to panic? I can never remember these things, lemme Google it real quick. OH CRAP, THE INTERNET IS OUT. Game over, man! Game over! What the hell are we gonna do now? What are we gonna do?


What If We Dressed Like Our Social Networks?

We all spend so much damn time looking at them; what if we started… being a bit like them too? In this photo shoot, Viktorija Pashuta imagined a world where we started dressing like our social networks. The results are… slightly disturbing.


You Can Finally Edit Your Embarrassing Typos On Instagram

Mistake-makers, rejoice. After years of choosing between deleting an entire photo and reposting it, or living with the typos and ill-conceived jokes of the original, Instagram has decided to allow us all to edit captions after they have been published.


The Surprising Beauty Of GE's Magnet Factories And Wind Turbines

Instagram has a few core themes: Things we buy. Trips we go on. Food we eat. But the systems that made all those things possible — engines, electricity, long-haul trains, shipping containers — have their own place on Instagram too. And it’s wonderful.


The $1099 Camera I Didn't Use To Share My Hawaiian Holiday Photos

My wife loves technology. Hell, she spotted the job posting that landed me my first tech writing gig. She also loves sharing snapshots with friends. So when I told her that the Sony RX100 III could sling amazing selfies to Instagram with a tap of her phone, she was understandably stoked. When we packed our bags for a week-long holiday to Maui, it was the only dedicated camera we took along.


17-Year-Old Climbed NYC's Tallest New Building And Took These Photos

We’ve watched the future tallest residential building in America grow from a mere rendering into an almost-complete building over the past three years. 432 Park Avenue is now a prime target for the growing number of daredevils who climb forbidden or abandoned structures and bring back photos as proof — and now, a 17-year-old urban explorer has done just that.


Instragram Blackout Continues During Protests In Hong Kong

China is continuing its disturbing trend of social media crackdowns as pro-democracy protests flair in Hong Kong. Websites such as Blocked In China, which monitor the government’s censorship of online services, confirm that the blackout spreads across the country.


This Website Gives Your Unloved Instagram Posts A Second Chance

We’ve all felt the sting of rejection. That perfectly crafted tweet gets no favourites. That smart and insightful Facebook post garners no comments. That amazingly timed Vine disappears into obscurity. No Likes Yet doesn’t want your Instagram pics to share a similar fate.


Watch Out For The Identity-Stealing Spambots Of Instagram

The latest crop of spambots on Instagram are employing a trick even slimier than just buying fake followers: They’re stealing profiles. As The Verge reported today, some Instagram users are getting followed by their bot doppelgängers, profiles made up entirely from their ripped-off images.