A great book The single minded and aggressive business approach at Facebook and the idealistic style at Instagram until founders left is beautifully chronicled While I was reading it I thought about two things 1 Instagram would have been far smaller without Facebook It would be like Snapchat and Twitter in financial terms or worse bleeding money until one ay something happens to threaten its existence 2 I m puzzled why no company in China operates with a Facebook business model and #why china s instagram look alike meitu 1357hk #China s Instagram look alike Meitu 1357HK been languishing since IPO four Years Ago It Looked ago It looked with a peak valuation of US10bn China s social media company such as WeChat or Weibo are very Fundamentos de Física y Energía Nuclear: Una Contribución para Operadores de Centrales Termonucleares different from Facebook in terms of business model Therefore when Meitu Xiuxiu languishes all these years no suitor has come along to marry a billion users with camera filter Facebook s acuisition of Instagram is a marriage made in heaven I guess you can read this book in a couple of ways firstly as a straightforward look at how Instagram was created it s subseuent purchase by Facebook and its growth since along with the other players in the social media space And secondly as a human story of. Brought to you by Penguin The extraordinary inside story of how Instagram became the world’s most successful app In just 10 years Instagram has gone from being a simple photo app to a 100 billion company The journey has involved ground breaking innovations a billionollar takeover and clashes between some of the biggest names in tech But it’s a story that has never been told – until now In No Filter Bloomberg’s Sarah Frier reveals how Instagram became the hottest app in a generation reshaping our culture and E usedI think the problem is that Everything

Happened Almost Completely In Public happened almost completely in public is Well Documented Online There Are documented online There are many interviews Youtube videos and articles online Employees of every company not just tech share their Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World's Greatest Nuclear Disaster daily lives online So Iidn t feel I gained anything substantial from this book The inside story read like padding to be honest Maybe this minutiae is fascinating to some eg William playing games on his phone in the middle of meeting and not paying attention There s no compelling story here because you can already guess at the start what the outcome will be Can you really muster any sympathy for anyone who sold out to Facebook for 1b and then left because they couldn t Black Hole Blues do what they wanted Systrom worriedeeply about losing what made Instagram special Oh come onI think this book tries to Loop Quantum Gravity:The First 30 Years (100 Years of General Relativity Book 4) (English Edition) do way too much at once when it would be interesting to focus on just one aspect If you want to know about how it is to run a start up followed by M A this is a good place to start The story touches all points the high the low and the controversial And then this is only for very lucky ones that make it this far It makes you wonder about theefinition of success. Iness model that sells an aspirational lifestyle to all of us And it Chernobyl: The History of a Nuclear Catastrophe delves into Instagram’s effects on popular culture rewiring our understanding of celebrity and placing mounting pressure on all of us to perform online – to the point of warping our perception of reality The resulting book connects one company’s rise to a global revolution in technology culture and business Facebook’secision to buy Instagram was the best investment it ever made But we’re still learning about what it has cost the rest of us. ,


One of the co founders of Instagram Kevin Systrom Not a biography as such but the book PRINCIPLES OF FUSION ENERGY: AN INTRODUCTION TO FUSION ENERGY FOR STUDENTS OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING does give some insights into how Systromeveloped of Instagram Kevin Systrom Not a biography as such but the book Ripples in Spacetime: Einstein, Gravitational Waves, and the Future of Astronomy does give some insights into how Systromeveloped his constant battles with Facebook once having been acuired and how along with his team he managed to grow the platform to over 1 billion usersThe #Book Is A Page Turner And Kept Me Enthralled Throughout #is a page turner and kept me enthralled throughout account of birth of an app that brought about a cultural revolution but 1 billion users later got enmeshed in corporate oneupmanship greed and political subplots Covers in great Scattering Theory: The Quantum Theory of Nonrelativistic Collisions (Dover Books on Engineering) detail what it takes to visualize a ground breaking invention to bring the vision to reality and to sustain that vision in the long runWhilst Mark Zuckerberg has beenemonized and painted as a antagonist it would have been better if FB s point of view had been highlighted in the book the book currently features only one side of the story that of IG s founders and team I ll start with what s good about this book If you need a timeline of how Instagram grew and became established then this would be a very helpful book to reference Maybe if you were writing an assignment Also it was good that there was no angelic underdog vs pantomime villain trop. Conomy in the process With astonishing access to all the key players – from Instagram’s co founders to super influencers like Kris Jenner – Frier offers behind the scenes glimpses of every moment in the company’s life from its launch to its unlikely acuisition by Facebook to its founders’ Energy for Future Presidents: The Science Behind the Headlines dramaticisputes with their new boss Mark Zuckerberg But this is not just a Silicon Valley story No Filter explores how Instagram has reshaped global business creating a new economy of ‘influencers’ and pioneering a bus. No Filter: The Inside Story of Instagram