Crap! I was just about to do an exhaustive series of screencasts showing how amazing KitCam is. It has become my go to shooter on the iPhone and now it’s dead! I love the ability to choose a lens and film combo, shoot and then edit later and if I decided to change the lens and/or the film, I could do it non-destructively and without having to reshoot.
I wonder if Yahoo is going to integrate anything from KitCam into the Flickr app. If they did, the Flickr app would be miles better than Instagram.
Here’s the post from GhostBird (developers of KitCam).
Here’s the most obvious secret of the dad blogosphere: Men’s clout in the online parenting space is negligible in comparison to women’s.
Men are way behind in the parent blogging space. Way behind. Just watching how women network and socialize in an entrepreneurial/business setting is education enough. Never mind their work for social good (1, 2, 3, 4). A lot to take in from a business perspective, parties or not.
The original Wall Street Journal article is here. This article would have been better if it was less about stay at home moms who blog and just how much money there is in the mom blogger sponsor space and how that has changed blogging as a business. I know, I’m being naive. It’s better for the Wall Street Journal to link bait and be condescending. And offensively ignorant in 2013.
Mom blogs have changed the business landscape for women. Where’s the reportage about that? I’m seriously asking.