Media Companies Try Getting Social With Tumblr – NYTimes.com

I am seeing more and more people from Facebook setting up accounts here as adult commentary and images can be displayed on here and the platform is so easy to use. As facebook has unending restrictions and censorship usually by narrow minded twats – if you dont like what you see then dont fucking look at it – unless its child pornography what is it to you – go back to your own sheltered life – facebook is also daily adding more and more advertising material.

One of the big differences between Tumblr and Twitter is that Tumblr does not display how many followers a user has, said David Karp, Tumblr’s 24-year-old founder and chief executive.“Who is following you isn’t that important,” he said. “It’s not about getting to the 10,000-follower count. It’s less about broadcasting to an audience and more about communicating with a community.”Moreover, he said, the site was designed with creative expression in mind.“People are creating identities and personalities that Facebook and Twitter are not designed to allow you to do,” he said.

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