Posts Tagged: fanzine

Social Fanzine #17

Even though Instagram has brutally cloned Snapchat, there has been no dent on the popularity of the little white ghost as of now. Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom admitted it himself, that Snapchat deserved all the credit for Stories feature. But has Instagram really managed to kill the competition?

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Social Fanzine #15

Another week has passed and a lot of has happened around us. Fortunately, we are here to inform you of all new that has occurred in the field of social to help you catch up. The first big thing is, Facebook going those extra miles to help you celebrate your birthday better. The network has launched a new video tool that automatically creates a video the day to showcase photos and messages from friends. Additionally, the feature also weaves a video containing wishes in an attractive and more concise format to make the entire experience even more savoury. Once the feature goes live, the users will be able to view the video after their birthday on the top of the news feed in the form of a 45-second clip. Users will also have the liberty to share it on their wall. Twitter, on the other hand, is testing a new way to create tweets in its iOS application. The test moves the app’s tweet composer to the top of the timeline of the user. Other media, like polls, GIFs and location info, are still available when you tap into the composer itself. If Twitter will continue the changes to its.

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Social Fanzine #14

What a week! During 2006, we had huge hopes of mankind, thinking we would have discovered a cure for Cancer and sent a man to Mars already. Come 2016, and all we have is Pokemon Go!

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Social Fanzine #13

With the start of a new week. All the social channels have had some or the other changes which are sure to impact the users, no matter how big or small. Taking the instance of Facebook and its privacy policies for violent, grisly and graphic content shared in the form of videos. The recent Minnesota shooting victim Philando Castile’s girlfriend captured a video and uploaded it to her Facebook feed. Even though Facebook removed the video for about an hour to review it, the video was back on with a warning message to proceed with caution. The privacy policy of the channel states that only videos “glorifying” violence is banned from posting and not videos “containing” violence. This makes the line between the two extremely think to walk. On the other hand, communist champion China has banned sites from publishing and sharing news through social media. The country’s famously strict Internet rules have made it very hard for the social channels to enjoy any freedom leading to various limitations. Google has already receded from the nation. The new law explains that every news publication must be thoroughly checked and verified before being shared. Social channels are tuned to any further.

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Social Fanzine #11

Hola people! Another week went by and we are moving to the end of another eventful month. A number of events marked the June of 2016 and internet broke time and again over Brexit, Demi Lovato’s one-day detox from social media and US elections. Bringing to you the top posts of last week to keep your interest animated and jolly in the world around you. First thing’s first, Mark Zuckerberg has declared in complete support to the LGBT community by celebrating the Gay Pride Month. Mr Zuckerberg extended his and Facebook’s abetment to the community and with all the chaos happening across the globe right now, this comes as a brave decision and a very positive news. For all those who still refuse to accept the charisma of Snapchat, the platform is being put to use by brands like never before. Qantas Airlines becomes the latest brand to invade the platform following the footsteps of many others, such as Commonwealth Bank, Oak and Westpac. The company will share content every fortnight and will use the space to showcase their employees’ life at the job to the public. With so much happening around Brexit and the hubbub of EU Referendum, Twitter.

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