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Tuesday Night Owls - 3 September 2019 - Invisible likes on Instagram

NatashaTNatashaT Posts: 1,264 Teacher
We read how recent changes on Instagram - making likes 'invisible' - is changing the platform:

https://www.bbc.com/worklife/article/20190822-how-turning-likes-invisible-is-changing-instagram


Vocabulary Top 10:

jibe (also gibe) - an insulting or critical remark that is meant to hurt someone or make someone appear foolish

tearily - happening with tears (crying)

amass - to gather or collect (something, such as a large amount of money) especially for yourself

rampant - used to describe something that is very common or that is spreading very quickly and in a way that is difficult to control

shrug off - to think of or treat (something) as not important : to pay no attention to (something)

impressions - something (such as a design or a footprint) made by pressing or stamping a surface; prints

the bulk - most of something : the largest part of something

subvert - to make (something) weaker or less effective

folly - the lack of good sense or judgment; foolishness

walk a fine line - to maintain an intermediate position between contrasting choices, opinions, etc


Do you think this is a positive change and that it should also be done on other social media sites?
Does seeing who else likes a post, or how many other people like it, influence how you interact with it?

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