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on Snap's new feature, Context Cards--and why he's going to be more public. By .
Evan Spiegel on why doesn’t “move fast and break things”
With Context Cards, launching today, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel is trying to rethink the way we discover new information.
Snapchat’s slow & deliberate innovation strategy is the opposite of Facebook’s “move fast & break things” mantra
Context Cards fundamentally reorient how users will take action on discovery — eloquently captures it
Snapchat's context cards are a way for it to lean in to the power and influence its content exerts -
Inside Evan Spiegel's Quest to Map #Snap's Future
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Whoa, Evan Spiegel spoke to a reporter
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Read Snapchat deep-dive as company launches new discovery tool: context cards
Spiegel gives interviews to Wired/FT for today’s Context Cards launch He’s getting out more
In short, Snapchat wants direct response advertising now.