Meet Hipster Barbie (aka Socality Barbie). She’s on Instagram. She’s, like, totally authentic and super deep.
Behold the Polaroid Socialmatic.
It’s a real-life Instagram logo camera that can also print your photos.
A 14-megapixel camera will ensure high quality pictures of your dinner.
Priced at around €300.
Release date early 2015.
And how to lose it.
The sinister PhotoMap.
Dramatically-voiced techster Eoin Corbett explains all and demonstrates its EVIL.
A video that made the top ten for OK Go’s recent music video contest. Directed By S. Palmer, who sez:
My approach to the video was to build a storyline around the lyrics using mainly the Instagram feeds from the members of the band (over 40 of their pics are represented in some manner in the video). I used their online presence elsewhere (Twitter, Youtube, blog interviews, etc.) to help fill in the gaps.
Via Nikita Smits who sez:
Odd purple skies over Dublin tonight. #nofilter #fairytalecountry
deceptively genuinely mundane things people did TODAY culled from the #Oneday Twitter feed.
The brainchild of Newstalk’s Jessica Kelly.
“The majority of people use Instagram to show off; it tends to be “oh look, I’m having a cocktail in New York at 4pm on a Wednesday”. I was literally sitting in work last Wednesday swearing under my breath at how perfect the lives of everyone on Instagram seem to be. That’s not real life. #OneDay I want to see someone put a filter on an image of a coffee stain down the front of their shirt or trying to put their make up on whilst on the Luas. In the dark.”
Damn post-modern non-hipsters.