I like being free and independent.
I like the idea behind Instagram, but not the proprietary nature of it.
I don’t like giving up my rights to work I create. Even when it’s just a little photo of a little moment captured with my iPhone. I dislike, as Nicholas Carr called it on his blog, “digital sharecropping”. And, of course, now the ads have finally started on Instagram, solidifying my discomfort with it. Why should I let them profit from even the…