Style icons have existed for hundreds of years probably longer , from Marie Antoinette to Coco Chanel to the supermodel squad of the s. But in the past 10 years, the rise of social media and blogging culture swung the axis of style photography toward self-starters; ordinary, fashion-obsessed people with smartphone cameras and Instagram accounts now command immense cultural credibility when it comes to fashion imagery. While paparazzi remain capable of propelling celebrity, anyone who wants to gain fame also masters the art of the selfie. Even formerly crusty, freewheeling events like Bonnaroo and other music festivals have morphed into opportunities for young people to be photographed and included in slideshows in New York Magazine. People once excluded from mainstream fashion are using the Internet to blog their way inside, like Leandra Medine of the website The Man Repeller , whose once-hobbyist blog is now an influential fashion staple, replete with sponsorships and brand affiliations. Self-promotion is now just as valid as old-school promotion. Say what?
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The Atlantic reviews the state of Tumblr , where adult material was banned by new corporate owners, traffic collapsed, and the remains were sold for a pittance to Automattic, the company behind WordPress. It is down but far from out, Kaitlin Tiffany reports, with vibrant communities still thriving. That's left a noticeable gap. In fact a month ago I was scrolling through my followed accounts and about of them hadn't uploaded since the ban. A transplant from Reddit, it featured screenshots of Matthew Lillard, the actor who played Shaggy in the live-action adaptation of Scooby-Doo, and captions portraying him as a god-like figure with a range of mysterious powers, swinging wildly between indiscriminate violence and pure benevolence. Read the rest. No word as to whether Automattic will get rid of Tumblr's world-beatingly-terrible pornography filter. TOSsed Out is a new project from the Electronic Frontier Foundation that catalogs the myriad of ways in which Big Tech platforms' moderation policies backfire spectacularly, like the anti-terrorism policies that delete evidence of war-crimes needed by investigators and prosecutors. Verizon wants to divest itself of Tumblr , having squandered much of the goodwill that made the platform so beloved by creating literally the stupidest censorship regime in the history of the internet ; Tumblr became part of Verizon through the sale of Yahoo's media assets, and is part of a group Verizon dubbed "Oath" because everyone who encounters it ends up swearing. Verizon has admitted that it made a stupid, multi-billion dollar mistake when it bought Tumblr and its sister companies.