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Mom lashes back after seeing photo of her breastfeeding on Facebook

A young mother was shocked on Wednesday to find that a stranger had snapped a photo of her publicly breastfeeding her son and had shared it to his social media accounts alongside comments that shamed her for feeding her child in public. In response, the young woman, who goes by Conner Kendall on Facebook, posted a scathing letter to the unnamed stranger in which she admonishes him for invading her privacy and shaming her choices. The post has since been shared more than 43,000 times. See also: Why you should think twice about buying breast milk off the Internet Read more… (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = “//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.3”; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, ‘script’, ‘facebook-jssdk’));More about Facebook, Pics, and Watercooler

Rejoice: Facebook gets GIF support. Here’s everything you need to know

Prepare yourselves — Facebook now has serviceable GIF support. That’s right children, you can now post GIFs to Facebook and have them display not only inline, but in the mobile app as well. See also: Beep boop beep: An interactive, animated droid encyclopedia Longtime Facebook users (read: old people like me who have been using the service since it was for college students only), will recall that if offered GIF support in the very early days. The ability to embed or upload GIFs was removed a decade ago, probably because of the negative impacts a ton of GIFs in the Newsfeed had on the product. Read more… More about Facebook, Facebook Gifts, Gif, Social Media, and Apps Software

Why Chinese startups are copycats

Copycat. It’s a word that has almost become synonymous with China’s tech scene over the past decade. And while the days of China’s most blatant copying — remember when Renren was called Xiaonei and it looked exactly like Facebook? — are long gone, the so-called “Copy to China” model is still pretty prevalent in the country’s startup scene. And of course, plenty of Chinese internet companies are also engaged in copying each other! So what gives? Why do so many Chinese internet companies copy? It’s all about risk aversion. It’s not who does it first, but who does it best This is true in almost every tech market but it might be even more true in China: winning the race to execute some new idea first often gets you nothing. In China’s highly-crowded tech startup scene, being first is rarely a significant competitive advantage. If another company working on the same idea launches a few months later with better execution, they’re often going to win out. Read more…More about Startup, China, Internet, Copy, and Startups