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The Instagram We Loved Is Dead

A steady shift to video has made the beloved social platform all but unrecognizable

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Scrolling through my Instagram feed the other day, I hit a video, then another, and another. Where were the photos? They’re not gone, but on a site that features an analog camera as its logo, they’re now second-class citizens.




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Lance Ulanoff

Lance Ulanoff

Tech expert, journalist, social media commentator, amateur cartoonist and robotics fan.

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