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Last night, Tumblr founder David Karp appeared on The Colbert Report. Asked about pornography on Tumblr and the NSA’s surveillance dragnet, Karp argued much more assertively for the rights of porn producers than for users who want to keep their information out of the government’s hands.
Tumblr today released mobile app updates for iOS and Android that will make it easier for users to discover new content on the blog network.
Users can now email Tumblr posts directly from the homepage, or “dashboard.”
Tumblr will begin delivering promoted posts to its mobile users as well as its desktop users, the company said today.
Last week, Tumblr hit a major milestone: The platform now hosts more than 100 million blogs and gets more than 150 million unique visitors a month. Yet, Tumblr is still something of an enigma: The company hasn’t clearly defined how it will make money or fully solved its technical challenges.
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RebelMouse, a service that aggregates a user’s social content multiple networks onto a single page, launched an infinite-scroll feature.
After back-and-forth about whether Twitter would pull the plug on the blogging platform Posterous after acquiring it a year ago, Posterous announced today it will go dark on April 30.
The question-and-answer platform Quora will leverage its extensive set of topics to host blogs, the company said today.