The Interface - Issue #2

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An unusually slow day on the Facebook front left room for its rivals to grab some news-cycle oxygen.
 

The Interface

October 10 · Issue #2 · View online
An evening newsletter about Facebook, social networks, and democracy.

An unusually slow day on the Facebook front left room for its rivals to grab some news-cycle oxygen. Snapchat and Twitter both rolled out good-looking features, and a new social app named Captioned popped up with some fun-looking mini-movies.

Judge moves to conceal identities of users behind anti-Trump website
Apologies
Zuckerberg apologizes for his tone-deaf VR cartoon tour of Puerto Rico devastation | TechCrunch
Elsewhere
Snapchat’s new context cards let you book reservations and more
Twitter adds a new way to see popular game-specific sports tweets
Twitter will soon let you bookmark tweets with a ‘save for later’ option
Twitter changed its mind and will let Marsha Blackburn promote her ‘inflammatory’ campaign ad after all - Recode
Launches
Captioned
And finally
Sheryl Sandberg: 'We Can’t Tolerate Harvey Weinstein-Like Behavior’
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