Now available on Instagram: People-tagging
WorldCam zeroes in on just about any given location—your favorite restaurant, your competitor’s offices, a famous landmark, Fast Company HQ—to reveal on-site Instagram intelligence, with pinpoint accuracy. It’s kind of like Google Earth, only with Instagram feeds instead of satellites.
Move Aside, Hipstamatic: Flixel iPhone App Turns Pics Into Artsy Animated GIFs
Your profile photo is an important part of your online image, so if you still have an egg as your Twitter avatar or a blue-and-white silhouette for your Facebook page, it’s time to step things up. (Hint: This photo is a “don’t.”)
Starting today, the Shoebox app from 1000memories lets you conveniently start digitizing the world’s 4 trillion paper snapshots and slapping them on Facebook. Genealogy freaks, swoon.
Social Printshop has launched a new website featuring several new products, including a print-your-followers Twitter poster. The bootstrapping start-up (aka Social Print Studio and Printing Facebook), founded by an MFA student in San Diego named Benjamin Lotan, has been growing over the last few months, swelling to a 10-person team since we covered its first product, a 20” x 40” high-resolution print of your Facebook friends’ faces. Social Printshop has even attracted the attention of a few potential investors, including a professor at the Columbia Journalism School and a soft-core pornographer.
On top of the old standby, the Facebook friend poster, and the new Twitter poster, they’ll print out nice vinyl Tumblr posters (seen above), miniature photobooks, and small stickers with images from Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr. They’ve teamed with Mashable to wallpaper its New York office with images of fans of its Facebook page.