The Curator News Feed: May 29, 2015

June starts on Monday ladies and gents, so it's time to soak in all you can learn from May. To cap off the month, we've grabbed some fun articles worth reading (like you can finally post GIFs on Facebook—what!), and shared some client reads below. 

110 photojournalists run National Geographic’s Instagram account, Poynter, This is a fantastic article about National Geographic's very unique approach to Instagram. 110 photojournalists share images from their travels, work and lives. "It's not a place to publish at people. It's a place to have people follow you in the field." - Ann Marie

A reminder that your Instagram photos aren’t really yours: Someone else can sell them for $90,000, The Washington Post, Yikes - Noelle

Watch Out! This New Business Model Is Giving The Big Guys A Run For Their Money, Business 2 Community

Colonel Sanders Just Took Over KFC's Twitter, and He's Amusingly Terrible at It, ADWEEK

We're Getting 38 New Emoji Next Year, Refinery 29

You Can Finally, Actually, Really, Truly Post GIFs on Facebook, Wired, For real. - Paul

Client Reads

“There is a Surprise with Every Bite at the Cheesecake Factory”, Examiner


REVIEW -- J&D Foods Croutons, The CP Chick

J&D's Foods Pretzel Bread Crouton Review And Shaved Brussel Sprouts Salad with Pretzel Bread Croutons Recipe, Geeky Girl Reviews

J&D Foods, Tiffany Reviews

Lessons Learned From Loreto, Huffington Post, A wonderful article in the HuffPost from Lissa Coffey, who explored Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto just last week - Noelle

Thief steals cheap sunglasses, unknowingly leaves behind $1 million, Q13 FOX

Thief Steals Sunglasses But Leaves Million-Dollar Lottery Ticket, NBC News

World’s Unluckiest Thief Grabs Sunglasses, Leaves $1 Million Lottery Ticket, MTV News

Spiced Hibiscus Rum Cooler and the Islands of Loreto, Tasty Yummies

Hotel Review: Villa Del Palmar Resort & Spa, Travel Age West