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Snapchat and Electric Daisy Carnival Team Up in Most Fitting Collab Ever

Obligatory girl in flower crown at festival. (Screengrab via Snapchat)

Not since Jay Z met Kanye has there been a collaboration that made so much sense.

Snapchat and Electric Daisy Carnival, the EDM music festival known for letting the good times roll especially hard, are teaming up this weekend to debut Snapchat’s new feature, Our Story. With Our Story, users who are at the same event can contribute snaps to the same story, Snapchat announced in a blog post.

It’s basically Snapchat Story (to which this reporter is now addicted after having derided it as stupid and self-indulgent), but for a huge group of people. Read More

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Snapchat CEO on Meeting Mark Zuckerberg: Meh

Mr. Spiegel, probably complaining about something. (Getty)

If you were wondering whether Snapchat CEO and noted non-apologizer Evan Spiegel was a particularly humble guy, the answer is no, he is probably not.

Today, through a somewhat confusing interaction between Mr. Spiegel and Business Insider reporter Alyson Shontell, we learned that Mr. Spiegel maybe kind of snubbed an invitation from Mark Zuckerberg to come meet him at Facebook’s San Francisco headquarters in 2012. Mr. Zuckerberg reportedly wanted to speak with Mr. Spiegel prior to the launch of Facebook’s Snapchat wannabe app, Poke.  Read More

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Britain’s Prestigious Eton College Thinks Banning Snapchat Will Curb Sexting

Selfie. (Photo: Tumblr)

Eton College, the all-boys British boarding school that has produced the likes of Prince Harry and Bear Grylls, has banned Snapchat out of fears that the boys were exposing too much of their union jacks with each other.

According to the Telegraph, the elite school has barred students from accessing the app over the school’s wifi out of fears of sexting. Students can still use Snapchat over their cellular network, but the school’s headmaster (obviously) said the ban is to diffuse some its frisky students from oversharing. Read More