The fast food chain recently dropped jaws after Twitter users discovered the comebacks it was sending to unsatisfied customers on the platform. On Wednesday, Wendy’s (fresh, never frozen) beef with Twitter users continued, escalating after the account posted what appeared to an infamous Pepe the Frog meme, re-designed to resemble the restaurant’s red-haired mascot, Wendy.
Mitch Oates, a digital creator, photographer and surfer from Sydney, Australia, completed the first-ever 360-degree live video underwater on Twitter’s Periscope app Tuesday. The timing shouldn’t be that surprising since the company released live 360 video on Periscope only last week. But the broadcast showcases another immersive content win for Twitter as it competes with YouTube and Facebook.
Instagram shows no signs of slowing down. The service now boasts a whopping 600 million active monthly users, and that last 100 million joined in just the past six months. Instagram’s only real competition is Snapchat. And while the latter may be the more popular teenager hangout, the real marketing takes place on Instagram.
Facebook on Tuesday introduced Live Audio, a new feature that lets you “tell a story … with words and not video.” With this new option, you can go live on the platform with audio only — perfect for those times you have something to say but don’t want to show your mug.