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Snapchat ranks 3rd among millennials on social media. Kudos to Kate Parkinson-Morgan for manning our nprnews Snapchat account. She sends out one fact a day that you shouldn’t…

Sky, Park (at Suki Asia)

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First Dance, Gina and Kevin (at Newton White Mansion)

Gina and Kevin! (at Newton White Mansion)

The Fathers (at Newton White Mansion)

My Brother’s Wedding (at Newton White Mansion)


It’s been two weeks since we launched Your Shot mobile and we wanted to share a few of our favorite photos shot by members while out and about. What are you shooting when you’re #onthego ?


Climbing the Alps in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia

Photograph by Anze Osterman



“To help bolster its curation efforts, FiftyThree has hired some serious community talent. That includes former Flickr community manager Heather Champ, Vimeo’s former community manager Dr. dalas verdugo, and former Foodspotting community and social media head Amy Cao.”

FiftyThree’s Paper Introduces ‘Mix’ To Give Creators A New Way To Collaborate With Others | TechCrunch (via amycao)


The black Victorians: astonishing portraits unseen for 120 years

From the African Choir posing like Vogue models to an Abyssinian prince adopted by an explorer, a new exhibition spotlights the first black people ever photographed in Britain.

Photograph: Courtesy of © Hulton Archive/Getty Images


With Minecraft, Microsoft Buys A Doorway To Millions Of Players

Since its release, Minecraft has become that doorway for a great many players of all ages and demographics, especially those that might not label themselves as a “gamer.” Like Farmville or Candy Crush, it is entry-level gaming. Minecraft is casual; there are no explosions or politics or machismo-heavy protagonists. You are in control of its world and it is only as difficult as you want to make it.

What Microsoft has essentially done is buy a very popular doorway. As new players enter the world of video games through Minecraft, either in its current or possible future versions, Microsoft will now be the doorman ushering that player into its game room instead of the competition’s.

Photo Credit:  Miles Willis/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse

Family game night last weekend - Minecraft!

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