Contently Comic: Facebook Instant Articles

by Dillon Baker
In tech, there’s a popular turn of phrase called “dogfooding it.” At first, I thought this was just something we say whenever our VP of content, Sam Slaughter, tries to convince our edit team to eat a dog treat. As it turns out, it means using your own product. Mark Zuckerberg does that on Facebook sometimes, such as holding Town Hall Q&As similar to Reddit’s “Ask Me Anything.Read the full article

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