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millennials are churning out eclipse remixes: your daily distraction... you're welcome

millennials are churning out eclipse remixes: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #120 • View online

You'd Butter Believe It
The Canadian National Exhibition has a long-standing tradition of butter sculpting, featuring some of the country’s best dairy art. Churning heads this year with their stand-out entries on display are: the IKEA monkey, and Justin Trudeau holding two baby pandas in a Muskoka Chair. Though the CNE only runs until Labour Day, we think we’re going to remember these for a long time.
We're #sorrynotsorry for the butter puns
We're #sorrynotsorry for the butter puns
Netflix Gets Eclipsed
In the binge-watching age of Netflix, one would think something so simple as the sun being eclipsed by the moon would deter few from their Stranger Things marathon. However, there was a 10% drop in Netflix plays during the eclipse yesterday. Now if Netflix could produce once-in-a-lifetime phenomena, we would never stop watching. 
*Bonus*: the best of eclipse jokes for your reading pleasure. 
It's so sad we won't get to use this pun again
It's so sad we won't get to use this pun again
Spoiler Central!
In anticipation of the end of Game of Thrones, the shortened #GoTS7 has made HBO Now the #1 streaming app in the App Store, with the finale airing this coming Sunday. The show has announced the name of the 80-minute special finale on Twitter, along with a seriously revealing trailer
Us, when we realize Season 8 won't air until 2018
Us, when we realize Season 8 won't air until 2018
Millennials Ditch Facebook
Millennials may be turning on Facebook, with the social media platform predicted to see a drop in users aged 12-17 and 18-24. Teen and tween users are using Snapchat and Facebook- owned Instagram more prevalently, as it aligns more with the visual emphasis of their preferred communication. Many in this age demographic are Facebook-nevers, having never had an account on the platform, or those who log in infrequently and rarely update their profiles. Axios.  
....but not where your mom can see them.
....but not where your mom can see them.
Mixing Up The Music Sharing Biz
With Soundcloud’s problems seeming terminal for the music-sharing platform, many have wondered where sound creators will go next. Enter Dubset. The app has legalized the previously murky area of music sampling, by partnering with Sony to provide rights clearance to DJs and others who want to use licensed materials to create new music. The remixed song would be created from trackable files, allowing both Dubset, the DJ who created the mix, and Sony to monetize the new track. Tech Crunch.
Making music without violating intellectual property rights? Easy as (pizza) pie
Making music without violating intellectual property rights? Easy as (pizza) pie
Have a wonderful Tuesday from the Truly Social team!
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