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Friday Poll: Are You Still Using Instagram?

Ever since Instagram’s introduction of a non-chronological order, I have found myself using Instagram less and less. I know I’m not the only one with these complaints either. It seems like every day I see someone new complaining about their experience on the service, so my question to you is, are you still using Instagram? … Continued Friday Poll: Are You Still Using Instagram? is a post
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