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Aimee Pearcy

Aimee is a contributing editor at Pando.

  1. Hypto will now let you own viral moments in internet history

    Hypto is an online marketplace for viral social content including videos, memes, and tweets. It will allow collectors to buy, trade, and resell viral content.

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    From the Culture desk

  2. ChitterChat: the 'socially acceptable' way to expand your network

    At the beginning of February, Isaac Joy sat down and asked himself: “how would I like to use the internet?” A month later, he had created ChitterChat, a networking platform that encourages users to meet others online by connecting them with one new person each week.

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    From the Culture desk

  3. Banks are turning to TikTok to teach teens about finance

    Students are graduating with an average of $5,000 in credit card debt and $30,000 in student loans. Meanwhile, 34% of teens are currently unbanked, only 21 states teach personal finance content in schools. It’s hardly surprising that young people are turning to the internet to learn about taxes, investing, and saving for retirement.

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    From the Money desk

  4. 'Sneaker bots' are snapping up limited edition shoes

    It's the moment you've been waiting for. You set three different alarms, and you could barely sleep last night because all you could think about was waking up early enough to turn on your computer and snag those limited edition Nike shoes you've had your eye on for months.

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    From the Ecommerce desk

  5. Monet: Dating apps weren't built for Gen Z

    Gen Z’ers -- a group generally considered to have been born between 1997 and 2012 -- are known as ‘digital natives’, who have little or no memory of what the world was like before smartphones. They have been raised on the internet and social media, and with over 67.17 million Gen Z’ers in the US, they are anticipated to soon become the largest US consumer population.

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    From the Culture desk

  6. A strange 'pig couch' scam keeps popping up on Craigslist

    A Craigslist post advertising a “unique pig couch” for $250 has been causing a frenzy on Twitter. But it looks like someone's telling porkies...

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    From the News desk

  7. Parler users are still trying to convince everyone they're leaving Twitter

    Since the U.S. election, Parler downloads have skyrocketed as millions of users have signed up to escape a perceived “anti-conservative” bias among mainstream social media platforms.

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    From the Twitter desk

  8. When it comes to social commerce, influencers and Twitch streamers are thriving

    Atarabyte is a Twitch streamer living in South Korea who is currently doing daily streams on Amazon Live. She started last year when the platform was just taking off, and she has come a long way since she first started streaming on Justin.TV ten years ago.

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    From the Ecommerce desk

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