Mobile Minutes: Time Inc.’s Instant; Amazon’s restaurant delivery; Moleskine goes digital; Tweets cram in photos
Time Inc. chases digital celebs with Instant video publication
Time Inc. is looking to reinvent the celebrity fanzine for Generation Z. The media and publishing firm is training firepower on digital talent like PewDiePie, Tyler Oakley, Smosh and Lele Pons with “Instant,” a new video-only publication dedicated to covering the lives and creative projects of the Internet famous.
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Amazon expands restaurant delivery to New York, Dallas
Amazon.com Inc. on Tuesday expanded its restaurant delivery business to include more than 350 local restaurants in New York City, introducing the service to the nation’s largest city.
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Moleskine vs. Apple: Hemingway’s notepad maker goes digital
Hard-drinking wordsmith Ernest Hemingway had one. So did Pablo Picasso. The leather-bound notepads made by Moleskine SpA are a staple in the arsenal of those in the creative industries.
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It’s 2016, so Twitter will make it easier to cram photos and links into tweets
The Twitter biggification is coming. Jack Dorsey and company are going to make it easier for users to stick more stuff in their tweets.
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