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Every year around this time all my friends start sharing their “Best 9” photos of the year from Instagram. Do we all necessarily need to relive all those memories? Probably not. But they can be fun to look at and share nonetheless.

I’ve seen a few version of these come through my Instagram and Facebook feeds, including some that look manually cobbled together, but the best tool is probably the site aptly named 2017BestNine.com

With the site, you pop in your Instagram handle (or anyone else) and you’re given a collage of the nine photos you posted on Instagram this year that got the most likes.

If you’re a jackass, you can post them with the total number of likes you received across all your Instagram pics throughout the year across the bottom and with a pre-set facetious “Thanks for all the likes!” message.

If you’re a reasonable person, you can click over to a “Photo only version” right below the collage and share that instead. Share that one. There’s also a link to take a look at your 2016 Best 9, if you want to relive the memories.

And even if you’re not interested in creating your own Best 9 it can be interesting to see what the Best 9 was for some of the larger accounts you follow. For instance, looking at CNN’s Instagram feed or The New York Times can give you an idea of what some of the most popular stories of the year were.

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Dream Kardashian is already growing SO fast, and every time Rob Kardashian posts a Snapchat or Instagram update of the adorable little girl, we swoon!!!

If you follow Blac Chyna on social media, get ready for the famous momma to start hawkin' baby strollers pretty hard… because her paycheck depends on it!!

According to reports, Rob Kardashian 's ex has partnered with baby stroller brand Momiie to sell a line of strollers that is set to launch in the United States in about six weeks.

As part of the deal, BC is going to pimp those strollers HARD on social media, and hope that more than a few of her millions of followers across all platforms are moms like her looking to be in the stroller market!!

On Thursday, Presley Gerber stopped by Bang Bang Tattoos in NYC, where he got a tat of his sister's name. Yup, the 18-year-old paid tribute to baby sis Kaia Gerber as he had "Kaia XXIII" permanently inked on his body. Well, well!

It's said that famed tattoo artist Jonathan Valena AKA JonBoy did the lowercase script and roman numerals, and it appears that Presley is happy with the outcome as he took to Instagram to share:

Melissa Spitz was 7 years old when she visited her mother in a mental institution. It would be the first of many, and it ultimately inspired a project she would launch years later called You Have Nothing to Worry About . The Instagram account is a visual diary of Spitz’ mentally ill mother, Deborah, who has been diagnosed at various times with paranoid schizophrenia, depression and bipolar disorder.

For her distinct understanding of the platform’s storytelling potential, and her unique curation that has generated a community and conversation about mental illness, Spitz, 29, has been named TIME’s Instagram Photographer of the Year for 2017.

Spitz takes the viewer on a captivating and unflinching journey with images that reflect the complexity of mental suffering through the lens of someone who cares deeply for her subject. Spitz’s willingness to repeatedly bear witness to her mother’s lowest moments makes the viewer feel honor-bound to bear witness too.

Over eight years, Spitz has taken more than 5,000 photographs and 100 videos. iPhone photos live next to fine art pictures, archive footage and old childhood snaps. Spitz tells her story through many different mediums and in such a way that only on Instagram could the story have unfolded the way it did. In the past year, Spitz has developed a unique instinct for curating visual elements into an arresting narrative within the platform.

Spitz shares screen grabs of texts with her mother, allowing the complexities of mental illness to exist within a familiar visual device.

She started using Insta-grids long before the trend took off, largely because she hated the idea of cropping her pictures into a square. “They are also really metaphorical in terms of dealing with the work and my mom,” she tells TIME. “It’s chopped up. You have to zoom in and out; it all folds in on itself.”

Every year around this time all my friends start sharing their “Best 9” photos of the year from Instagram. Do we all necessarily need to relive all those memories? Probably not. But they can be fun to look at and share nonetheless.

I’ve seen a few version of these come through my Instagram and Facebook feeds, including some that look manually cobbled together, but the best tool is probably the site aptly named 2017BestNine.com

With the site, you pop in your Instagram handle (or anyone else) and you’re given a collage of the nine photos you posted on Instagram this year that got the most likes.

If you’re a jackass, you can post them with the total number of likes you received across all your Instagram pics throughout the year across the bottom and with a pre-set facetious “Thanks for all the likes!” message.

If you’re a reasonable person, you can click over to a “Photo only version” right below the collage and share that instead. Share that one. There’s also a link to take a look at your 2016 Best 9, if you want to relive the memories.

And even if you’re not interested in creating your own Best 9 it can be interesting to see what the Best 9 was for some of the larger accounts you follow. For instance, looking at CNN’s Instagram feed or The New York Times can give you an idea of what some of the most popular stories of the year were.

Work with the AIA and Gen Life teams to deliver a world-class product. Grow the team necessary to drive the product to fruition. Understanding of regional culture and fluency in mandarin and cantonese necessary.

With operations in Silicon Valley and Hong Kong, Gen Life is initially operating as an R&D Center of Excellence collaborating with leading insurers. Gen Life uses Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Ledger Technology, and the cloud to deliver the highest quality risk management, lowest distribution and transaction cost whilst delivering the most engaging and frictionless customer experience. Join us.

Every year around this time all my friends start sharing their “Best 9” photos of the year from Instagram. Do we all necessarily need to relive all those memories? Probably not. But they can be fun to look at and share nonetheless.

I’ve seen a few version of these come through my Instagram and Facebook feeds, including some that look manually cobbled together, but the best tool is probably the site aptly named 2017BestNine.com

With the site, you pop in your Instagram handle (or anyone else) and you’re given a collage of the nine photos you posted on Instagram this year that got the most likes.

If you’re a jackass, you can post them with the total number of likes you received across all your Instagram pics throughout the year across the bottom and with a pre-set facetious “Thanks for all the likes!” message.

If you’re a reasonable person, you can click over to a “Photo only version” right below the collage and share that instead. Share that one. There’s also a link to take a look at your 2016 Best 9, if you want to relive the memories.

And even if you’re not interested in creating your own Best 9 it can be interesting to see what the Best 9 was for some of the larger accounts you follow. For instance, looking at CNN’s Instagram feed or The New York Times can give you an idea of what some of the most popular stories of the year were.

Every year around this time all my friends start sharing their “Best 9” photos of the year from Instagram. Do we all necessarily need to relive all those memories? Probably not. But they can be fun to look at and share nonetheless.

I’ve seen a few version of these come through my Instagram and Facebook feeds, including some that look manually cobbled together, but the best tool is probably the site aptly named 2017BestNine.com

With the site, you pop in your Instagram handle (or anyone else) and you’re given a collage of the nine photos you posted on Instagram this year that got the most likes.

If you’re a jackass, you can post them with the total number of likes you received across all your Instagram pics throughout the year across the bottom and with a pre-set facetious “Thanks for all the likes!” message.

If you’re a reasonable person, you can click over to a “Photo only version” right below the collage and share that instead. Share that one. There’s also a link to take a look at your 2016 Best 9, if you want to relive the memories.

And even if you’re not interested in creating your own Best 9 it can be interesting to see what the Best 9 was for some of the larger accounts you follow. For instance, looking at CNN’s Instagram feed or The New York Times can give you an idea of what some of the most popular stories of the year were.

Work with the AIA and Gen Life teams to deliver a world-class product. Grow the team necessary to drive the product to fruition. Understanding of regional culture and fluency in mandarin and cantonese necessary.

With operations in Silicon Valley and Hong Kong, Gen Life is initially operating as an R&D Center of Excellence collaborating with leading insurers. Gen Life uses Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Ledger Technology, and the cloud to deliver the highest quality risk management, lowest distribution and transaction cost whilst delivering the most engaging and frictionless customer experience. Join us.

Dream Kardashian is already growing SO fast, and every time Rob Kardashian posts a Snapchat or Instagram update of the adorable little girl, we swoon!!!

If you follow Blac Chyna on social media, get ready for the famous momma to start hawkin' baby strollers pretty hard… because her paycheck depends on it!!

According to reports, Rob Kardashian 's ex has partnered with baby stroller brand Momiie to sell a line of strollers that is set to launch in the United States in about six weeks.

As part of the deal, BC is going to pimp those strollers HARD on social media, and hope that more than a few of her millions of followers across all platforms are moms like her looking to be in the stroller market!!

On Thursday, Presley Gerber stopped by Bang Bang Tattoos in NYC, where he got a tat of his sister's name. Yup, the 18-year-old paid tribute to baby sis Kaia Gerber as he had "Kaia XXIII" permanently inked on his body. Well, well!

It's said that famed tattoo artist Jonathan Valena AKA JonBoy did the lowercase script and roman numerals, and it appears that Presley is happy with the outcome as he took to Instagram to share:




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