Written by Jono M. Binkowski, Wired Contributor I am a creative writer, and I have been since I was a kid.
I am also an editor and a social media manager, but my passion for the craft and my passion to share my thoughts have always been at the core of my creative writing.
As a journalist, I am always on the lookout for new and interesting stories to tell, and often feel compelled to get out of my comfort zone to share them.
In 2014, when I was 18, I had an epiphany.
I was starting to get into the process of creating a creative blog.
I was just starting to pick my own keywords and concepts, and even though I was on the right track, it was still hard.
But I began to realize something: that the tools available to me were too limiting.
My current editor-in-chief had already told me that the site was a lot like a blog.
He said it’s “like a site that has all of the features that a website should have,” but there’s just too much to go through.
So I began writing my own.
While I never quite hit the same level of success as other bloggers, I learned a lot from it.
The site has helped me grow as a writer and as a journalist.
The community around the site has made it so that I feel safe enough to share things that I find fascinating.
I have even been able to use the site as a platform to connect with the people who help me with my work.
The site’s community and community of contributors has been an incredible tool for me.
I’ve met so many amazing people through the site, and it’s helped me build my professional network, my social media following, and my network of friends.
This past week, I was thrilled to share a post that I wrote about a couple of new and exciting things that we are seeing in the design of Instagram.
One of these is a new element in the app that is being called the ‘creativity wheel.’
We are seeing this a lot in the redesign of Instagram and I am sure it will be something that we see in more and more apps, as well.
You can see it in the bottom left corner of Instagram, or in the photo of a Creative Inspiration icon in the top right corner of your screen.
It’s a small wheel that has a small circle that appears at the top of your Instagram feed.
When you click on it, it pops up a series of options, and you can choose from the options that are labeled creative or creative content.
The creative options are a bit like the ‘share your ideas’ option on Pinterest.
The ‘creatively’ option is the one labeled ‘content.’
Here are a few examples of what it looks like:In the first example, you see the wheel’s two main options.
It looks like you have the option to create an image or a post, and there are also options for commenting, sharing, and commenting to followers.
But, you have to select the creative option first.
Here are two more examples of how it looks:This is where the wheel becomes very helpful.
Now that you’ve chosen one of the options, it takes you to the other two.
When you select ‘content,’ you can then choose to see the posts that have been created using your selected keyword.
Then, you can see the tags you’ve selected in that post.
In my case, I chose the tag ‘creatives.’
Here is a screenshot of my Creative Inspirations icon in my Instagram feed:It’s quite a powerful tool.
And, you should be able to see that you can use it on all of your posts.
For instance, if I had chosen ‘creators’ and ‘content’ in the above screenshot, I would be able add the caption, ‘This is my story.
Here are a bunch of creative examples from my Instagram.’
And if I was to select a post from the other side, the wheel would automatically add a comment to it.
You can also see a screenshot in which I highlighted the tags that I had selected.
I then selected ‘creates’ and added the caption ‘This article is from a friend.
You can see more of her posts on my Instagram’ Here’s a screenshot that I chose to show you:This allows you to share your posts directly to other Instagram users, and also to embed your posts to your favorite social networks.
This is what we’re seeing on Pinterest with the new ‘Share Your Ideas’ option.
While this is the only example I can provide you right now, it’s a big improvement over previous versions of Instagram that had to create a new post each time you changed your keyword,