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20 Thanksgiving horror stories from Twitter to stress you out before the big day

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20 Thanksgiving horror stories from Twitter to stress you out before the big day

Thanksgiving dinner is high-stakes. It’s labor-intensive. And people have a lot of opinions about it. Basically, it’s a recipe for disaster.

As home cooks across the country prepare their fridges for this year’s feast, stories of Thanksgiving dinners gone wrong are also popping up on Twitter. Take them as funny anecdotes or serious warnings, but please take that Pyrex off the stove and don’t forget to defrost the turkey this year.

Thought I’d somehow forgotten to order most of the ingredients I needed for thanksgiving cooking. Turns out my husband just forgot to get any of them out of his trunk 7 hours ago. Botulism here we come!

— Toulouse and Tonic (@toulouseNtonic) November 21, 2018 Read more…

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Instagram Stories for Business: How to Create Engaging Stories

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Do you want to do more with Instagram Stories? Wondering how to create Instagram Stories that engage viewers? To explore how to create compelling Instagram Stories for business, I interview Alex Beadon on the Social Media Marketing Podcast. Alex is an Instagram Stories expert who specializes in helping people use Instagram for business. Her course […]

The post Instagram Stories for Business: How to Create Engaging Stories appeared first on Social Media Marketing | Social Media Examiner.

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Here's how to add captions to your Instagram Stories to make them more accessible

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Social media can be a fun and informative way to stay up-to-date with friends, co-workers, celebrities, and politicians. But it’s important to remember that the photos and videos you share aren’t always accessible to everyone.

Over the years, teams working for platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have taken steps to help make the sites more inclusive for people with disabilities. Facial recognition technology has been introduced, alt-text tools that work with screen readers have been added, and custom alternative text features allow users to describe their photos in greater detail. Progress has undoubtedly been made, but there’s still a long way to go before the apps reach full accessibility. Read more…

More about Social Media, Accessibility, Instagram Stories, Captions, and Alexandria Ocasio Cortez

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