Instagram policy with regards to TikTok content shows Meta hasn’t internalized the real risk from the Chinese company; then, revisiting U.S. TikTok policy
Follow-up on Instagram, TikTok, and the Three Trends, including questioning the “cool” thesis of social networks, and why China’s Internet vision is winning.
Trends in medium, AI, and user interaction underpin Instagram’s response to TikTok, and will determine Meta’s long-term moat.
Snap’s earnings were bad on the surface, and worse in the details; there may, though, be some good news for Meta, both in terms of advertising and also the evolution of Instagram.
Notes on Elon Musk’s Twitter bid, why Facebook’s AR efforts may be too early, and an interview with Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri about creators, blockchains, and TikTok
Machine-learning generated content has major implications on the Metaverse, because it brings the marginal cost of production to zero.
Facebook and Google bans probably don’t make much of a difference in the short-term, but will be a challenge in the long-term. Then, the structure of crypto drives a different response.
Twitter is changing CEOs once again; what if the company changed its business model from ads to subscriptions?
Facebook’s earning seemed bad, but investors responded well, thanks to the trust that Facebook has developed over the years, and demonstrated this quarter.