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The descent of Instagram

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Filed under: design, internet, technology, USA—Jack Yan @ 07.48

4 Responses to ‘The descent of Instagram’

  1. jaklumen says:

    Maybe it’s just as well… I can’t stand Instagram!

    I’m sure that it has its uses, but I really don’t like how there’s not much reciprocity, i.e., there’s not a clear two-way communication of ideas. I can comment on a lot of pictures, but I have NO idea what the account owner thinks of what I’ve said.

    Of course, the fact that Instagram is owned by Facebook further puts me off the platform, but the lack of two-way response really is the big one for me.

  2. Jack Yan says:

    Does the account owner not reply? I try to reply to everyone who has commented; at the least give them a ‘like’.

  3. jaklumen says:

    I don’t think I get even a Like, to be honest.

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