Much like the Facebook algorithm that puts the stuff you click most at the top of your newsfeed, Instagram will be adopting a similar new strategy for displaying posts. Instead of displaying images chronologically, you’ll soon be seeing them sorted based on what Instagram’s AI thinks you’ll want to see the most.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Nintendo’s classic “The Legend of Zelda,” Google has left a cute little easter-egg in plain sight on the desktop version of Google Maps. Typically, if a user wants to toggle between a map and Google’s Street View, they would need to drag a faceless little yellow dude to the spot on the map that they want to explore. For the next few days, that little dude is none other than Link, the protagonist of the popular RPG.
Great images can transform a good website into a great one. Luckily, if you own a website in 2016, there’s a very good chance that you have a great camera with you at all times. Pretty much every smartphone that you can purchase today is more powerful than that digital camera you purchased back in the mid-aughts.