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Animal Images, Attribution Norms and the Politics of Amateur Media Production James Meese Abstract Cute pictures of animals feature as an inoffensive and adorable background to the contemporary online experience with cute content regularly shared on social media platforms. Indeed the demand for cuteness is so strong in the current cultural milieu that some animals become recognisable animal celebrities in the process Hepola. However, despite the existence of this professionalisation in some sections of the cute economy, amateurs produce the majority of cute content that circulates online. This is largely because one of the central contributors to this steady stream of cute animal pictures is the subforum Aww, hosted on the online community Reddit.
Jump to navigation Jump to search Vernacular photography  is the creation of photographs that take everyday life and common things as subjects. Though the more commonly known definition of the word "vernacular" is a quality of being "indigenous" or "native", the use of the word in relation to art and architecture refers more to the meaning of the following sub-definition of vernacular architecture from The Oxford English Dictionary: Vernacular photographs are types of accidental art, in that they often are unintentionally artistic. Found photos are often found at flea markets , thrift and other secondhand stores , yard sales , estate and tag sales , in dumpsters and trash cans, between the pages of books, or literally just "found" anywhere.
A post shared by La Oveja Gris la. It was then that Six Degrees — an homage to the idea that two people can be connected through no more than six friends or acquaintances — introduced the world to social networking. The rise of social networking is important, but not for reasons immediately apparent. Sure, Six Degrees led to better networks that adapted and iterated the concept, leading to the social media platforms we recognize today. But while Myspace, Facebook and others laid the groundwork, it was Twitter that broke the mold.