Digital art exhibit

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"ANNAPOLIS — A world without clicks, no likes, no filters, no fakes. A social media app that cares about your mental health.

It’s not from Palo Alto or Seattle. It’s not from Zuckerberg or Musk. You cannot download photos, meaning you can’t add filters. You can’t stage a moment. The only thing you can do is be authentic and in the moment. It's like a photo gallery of your daily life, with no commenting, no opportunities to bully or be judgmental."

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We see these big, impressive highlight moments on social media and think why is my life not the same? Why am I not traveling the world and eating at all these exquisite restaurants? Why am I sitting at home scrolling on my phone? This instantly makes us feel bad about ourselves and makes us feel less than.

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Users share pictures and videos like a social timeline of your daily life. Current social media make us often forget the beauty and value of raw and unfiltered moments. Daylyy includes all of the small and big moments of your day. It gives users the chance to share authentic and unfiltered content in real-time. You cannot upload photos with Daylyy—you must take pictures or videos in the app. This means it’s impossible to add filters, stage an event, or be anything other than authentic.

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Medium Article: Is Instagram Dying?

As users grow tired of the fake Instagram world, authentic social media is rising in popularity. Who is the rising supreme?

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Social media is changing for the better, and Daylyy, a new platform where authenticity is required, is at the forefront. Lily is joined by Austin Anderson, the founder of Daylyy, to discuss how Daylyy is disrupting the social media space, what it's like to own a startup as a twentysomething, and why authenticity online is so important.

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Post More, Worry Less. It is the mantra of the Annapolis-based start-up, Daylyy.

 

Let’s face it, most social media is a farce. No one lives THAT perfect of a life. Well, Austin Anderson and his new start-up want to change all that! Daylyy is real life. Real people (without dog noses or rabbit ears), posting about real-life unconcerned about likes, followers, and why their BFF didn’t heart emoji that last Instagram post.

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We see these big, impressive highlight moments on social media and think why is my life not the same? Why am I not traveling the world and eating at all these exquisite restaurants? Why am I sitting at home scrolling on my phone? This instantly makes us feel bad about ourselves and makes us feel less than.

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For media inquiries: 

Jenny Burkett 

jenny@daylyy.com