Okay. So yesterday, Facebook bought Instagram. So what? I mean, probably because I'm not a big fan of Instagram but I don't see the point why some people are reacting violently about this.
I saw this tweet awhile ago.
Just a little disclaimer though. I don't think it's funny. All the more the display picture of the Twitter account. It's rather real. But not something to laugh about. I mean, the content.
Anyways, I also read that a billion dollar CASH was used to pay Instagram. Which is just so mind blowing. But of course, thinking about it, Facebook is beyond richer than that so I wasn't really that surprised anymore. I was just kind of surprised that Facebook bought it. I thought Twitter would. Because out of my 500+ friends on Facebook vs. the 100+ persons I follow on Twitter, I really noticed that the Tweeps use Instagram more. Maybe people just like linking it to Twitter more than Facebook. I don't know.
I don't really mind companies buying companies. I mean, the fact that something is offered in the market, then a person bought it, it just makes sense. Well, first of all, Facebook owns you to start with. It can own everything it wants. And unless you're a stock holder or anything like that, you don't have to care.