Jam Kotenko

Jam Kotenko

Former Digital Trends Contributor
When she's not busy watching movies and TV shows or traveling to new places, Jam is probably on Facebook. Or Twitter. Or Instagram. Her other interests include board games, good food, and Jason Mraz. You can get to know her more through Twitter (@MrazGal), Instagram (@thatgaljam), or jamkotenko.com, which she's trying to update more.

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If you can’t wait for Instagram to launch messages, here are a few apps to hold you over

So you're excited about Instagram launching a messaging feature in the near future. So excited you can't wait. FIrst of all, be patient. Second of all, we've got your back - use these apps until the blessed day arrives.
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How to get your guests’ faces out of their phones this Thanksgiving

Sick of dinners where everyone's texting, Instagramming, Facebooking away? Then these tips could help you have a more personable Thanksgiving ... full of things like, you know, conversation. With spoken words and eye contact and everything!
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70 percent of Snapchat’s users are women – so why do ladies love the app so much?

Snapchat revealed that 70 percent of its users are women - so what is it about the app that keeps the ladies coming back for more? We went to our friends and scoured the Internet to find out why.
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Survey: YouTube and Facebook remain hives of online negativity, teens are leading the charge

According to a recent poll commissioned by the Associated Press and MTV, most kids believe it's normal to post insulting comments online. Most kids are wrong.
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Pinterest’s new Place Pins feature helps you plan that dream vacation

Want to travel, but never seem to be able to make it a reality. Check out Pinterest's new Place Pins feature, which lets you plan out your dream vacation with maps, photos, and collaboration with friends.
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The Twible reimagines the greatest story ever told … in tweets

If the language of the Bible left you feeling confused and out of touch with the words, then one author's Twitter breakdown of the good book might be your speed.