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superheroes pick up some slack and bookmark snapchat's ads: your daily distraction... you're welcome

superheroes pick up some slack and bookmark snapchat's ads: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #248 • View online

Snapchat In Trouble? Not So Fast
There’s been a lot of talk about Snapchat being in trouble since the release of the awful, awful, awful, awful, awful update. But the app is still sitting comfortably in the top 10 downloads in both the App Store and Google Play Store. Who’s hearing all of this bad stuff and thinks “I’ll download that”?
Stop it. They'll never learn otherwise.
Stop it. They'll never learn otherwise.
Not All Heroes Wear Capes
We’re loving the new hashtag #IfSuperHeroesWereReal which breaks down the everyday problems that superheroes might face. Sure, the ability to fly, run at lightning speed, or turn into a terrifying green monster might be cool but have you thought about speeding tickets or the logistics of buying stretchy clothing?
They were only speeding because they were late for DINNER DINNER DINNER DINNER, BATMAN!
They were only speeding because they were late for DINNER DINNER DINNER DINNER, BATMAN!
Google Picks Up Some Slack
Here at Truly Social, we love a bit of Slack. It’s great for team working, organizing meetings or socials, and just generally keeping the whole team in sync. But now, Google’s new Hangouts Chat is set to take on Slack, head-to-head. We’d heard nothing on this for a while but here we are. The question is: will you Slack or will y0u Hangout?
Let the fight for messaging supremacy begin!
Let the fight for messaging supremacy begin!
Get Bookmarking!
Twitter has finally implemented a feature that’ll allow you to (privately) bookmark tweets. So instead of liking that epic clap-back or handy tip that somebody tweeted and having your “like” in the public domain, you can now just click the “Add tweet to bookmarks” button. Let the stalking commence!
Behave!
Behave!
NBC Finally Understands That's Some Ads Can Be Annoying
After having their butts handed to them by Netflix and other online video streaming services, NBC is finally learning that the ability to avoid unwanted advertising is a huge factor for many users. The network will shrink the number of ads during primetime shows by 10%. Oh, nevermind. That’s like saying “I won’t stop kicking you in the teeth, but I will stop wearing my steel toe-capped boots.”
Well, it's a start.
Well, it's a start.
Have a happy World Compliment Day from Truly Social (you wonderful, wonderful bunch 😉) 
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