1 in 5 Americans doesn’t use the Internet

Does that mean we can talk bad about them? Plus, Instagram’s anorexia disorder, One Million Moms protests Urban Outfitters, no Twinkies, Kim Kardashian for mayor, and more.

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The rest of us might feel comfortable browsing online, but that doesn’t mean we know which social network we should use or even when to use them. Good thing this infographic from Zintro answers those very questions.

Speaking of social networks, location-based service Foursquare just reached its 20 millionth user, hitting 2 billion check-ins and more than doubling in size since last June.

And what’s mention of digital media without talk of Facebook’s recently acquired Instagram. Turns out, there’s a slight issue with the photo sharing service that may have eluded Facebook, and it deals with Instagram’s unfortunately popular use for glorifying anorexia.

Body image is always a sensitive topic, especially when it comes to so many airbrushed and digitally enhanced models in the media. That’s probably why a photo shared on Reddit called “The power of makeup” has sparked such a widespread discussion.

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