Instagram may finally add DMs to desktop with Messenger-like interface

People don’t really use Instagram on their PCs. The platform is clearly aimed at mobile users, with a relatively sparse desktop UI and small images given the large amount of desktop real estate. Worse, Instagram tends to add new features to the web version months after it hits the mobile app. Heck, you still can’t even upload images from a PC. Still, slowly but surely the web app is becoming more useful. Case in point: Instagram appears to be working on adding DM’s to the web UI. The potential new feature was spotted by developer Jane Manchun Wong who is known… This story continues at The Next Web Or just… Read More

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Lauren Conrad Welcomes Second Baby: What Is It?!?

The Hills are alive with the sounds of… … crying. Both of the happy and frustrated variety, we should specify, because Lauren Conrad just welcomed a brand new baby into the world! The former MTV personality confirmed this blessed piece of news herself on Wednesday evening being an adorable drawing of what we presume to be herself, her husband William Tell and their two kids. “Our sweet baby boy, Charlie Wolf Tell, has arrived!” Conrad wrote on Instagram as a caption to the cool image below. The couple is already parents to son Liam James Tell, 2. The Hills alumna initially shared news of her second pregnancy back in April,… Read More

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The best sunscreen

Daily use of a good sunscreen will fend off sunburns today, and help prevent the damage that leads to prematurely aged skin later on in life. We primarily recommend mineral-based sunscreens from All Good, La-Roche Posay, and Raw Elements, but for those looking for a chemical-based one, we recommend Coppertone Ultraguard SPF 70. Check out our other guides on the best facial sunscreen and best sport sunscreen. Growing up in Southern California, summertime meant heading to the beach or swimming pool, a bottle of what was then labeled “tanning oil” in hand. SPF wasn’t a thing back then. In fact, I often slathered mineral oil on my skin to increase… Read More

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A California man was convicted of cyberstalking and threatening the families of Parkland shooting victims with 13 different Instagram accounts

A Florida jury convicted a California man of cyberstalking and harassing the friends and family of Parkland shooting victims. Last year’s mass shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School killed 17 students and staff members. Brandon Michael Fleury, 21, was accused of sending more 300 messages to the survivors and family and friends of victims, threatening them with kidnapping. Fleury reportedly created 13 separate Instagram accounts to conduct the harassment. One of those handles was named after the Parkland shooter, the other, after the serial killer Ted Bundy. Fleury told authorities he was trolling and that he picked the victims because he viewed them as “activists.” Visit Insider’s homepage… Read More

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