Instagram Wipes Independent Developer’s Work in the Name of Copyright Protections

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Social media companies tend to take up copyright issues only when a) mitigating the pain in the ass of takedown notices and b) ensuring users keep reposting memes. Instagram, has erred cautiously on the side of supporting potential infringers for the latter reason. So, we found it curious when TorrentFreak reported

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Google’s New ‘Tangi’ Service Can Help You Learn DIY Skills

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Google’s newest service, Tangi, is a short-form video platform that can help you learn and share new creative skills. It’s currently available as a website and an iOS app—no, it’s not ready for Android yet, which is strange given that it’s Google’s service, but there you go.

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This Soyrizo Frito Pie Will Please the Whole Team

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As a general rule, I’m not a fan of meat substitutes that try too hard to emulate the “real” thing. Vegetables are not meat and they never will be, and that’s OK.

With that said, I would like to immediately contradict myself by singing the praises of the ultimate in fake meat technology: soyrizo in a plastic tube.…

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Get a One-Way Ticket on Southwest for as Little as $59

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Over at the New York Times, reporter Julie Weed described the difficulties of finding cheap airfare when it’s you versus airline software technology, which changes airfare prices multiple times a day to benefit the airline. The greatest takeaway? There’s no single “right time” to buy a flight, given the fluctuating…

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