@nataliegfld Ok. So. Real talk. I still don't get Snapchat. I guess I don't see the value of it. On the one hand, Snapchat seems like a much more intimate platform than Twitter or Facebook a way to have quick, contextual communication between people who "get" you. On the other hand--and maybe I'm getting this wrong--it's pretty much a one-way conversation or broadcast--which is inherently not intimate. Like, how do you have a conversation with a broadcast?
Also, I totally don't get the divide between snaps on the left and the snaps on the right. So, the snaps on the right stick around for longer and you can watch them multiple times. But the ones on the left--are those the ones that are just sent directly to one person (me)? multiple people? How am I supposed to tell if I should respond to a snap?
For example, someone will send a snap (on the left) and it'll be like a picture of a computer screen and it says, "just working." What do you do with that? Am I supposed to respond to that? Am I being a dick for just ignoring those?