I jumped on the Instagram bandwagon back in March of 2011, just six months after its inception. Not saying I'm a trail blazing icon or anything, merely observing how it's changed a bit since then...as anything does when it goes mainstream. I don't remember anyone using the hell out of hashtags in the early days, anyway. The $1 billion purchase deal with Facebook this past summer certainly helped further its popularity, and it appears to be here to stay.
Good thing, since my short term memory is starting to go. My photo feed is becoming something akin to the plot of Memento. Without the whole murder-thing, of course.
The best part about Instagram is, if you're like me, you can keep your photo feed to a pretty tight circle of friends and family with privacy settings. Of course, you can also use it as a tool to "get discovered" or network with a large number of people, which I think the vast majority do. And although I don't venture too far from my circle, I'm pretty sure people use it as a dating service of sorts. But I won't judge. You can even find several celebrities and musicians on there for a casual peek into their daily lives.
No matter the use, I highly recommend it, even after a year and a half of continuous Instagramming. Not bad for my sometime-short attention span when it comes to apps.
If you are on it, find Klipsch with the user name KlipschAudio for a behind the scenes look. If you want us to find your Klipsch picture, tag it with #Klipsch or #KlipschGram, which is how I found my favorites below.
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