It was recently revealed that Zuckerberg and Co. had been using a secret feature (not available to regular users) to “unsend” messages. Facebook has since announced that this feature will be coming to regular users and that Zuckerberg will not be able to use it until you can, too.
Memewatch: You Can't See Meme
Wrestlemania 34 took place last night and with big events come big memes. This time around, it’s John Cena sprinting as he found out that his opponent, The Undertaker had entered the building. This isn’t the first time John Cena has become a meme. What is it about professional wrestling that just makes it so memeable?
We've been waiting for an excuse to use the John Cena face shrink GIF for a while now.
Instagram: Sudden API Changes Hit Developers & Influencers
The Instagram community is reacting to news that changes to API are taking place “immediately” on Wednesday instead of being phased in. These changes are a direct response to the Cambridge Analytica scandal and to be honest, seem very reactive. We understand the need to get this situation under control, but giving some notice to influencers beforehand is just common sense.
A little bit of warning would have been nice.
Twitter: Serving The Public Conversation During Breaking Events?
Twitter has uploaded a blog post detailing its position on how it handled coverage of the YouTube shooting last week, in which it suspended hundreds of account for misleading the conversation following the event. There are usually spikes of false information following tragedies like this, which is why it’s super important to check your facts before you fire something out into the Twittersphere.
Twitter plans to nip misleading conversations in the bud.