Snapchat’s original appeal was that you could send images to people that would disappear shortly after they were viewed. Maybe it’s the size of the social network or the fact that no one really cares about having their naked selfies disappear anyway. Whatever it is, Snapchat is moving further and further away from disappearing messages with a new product call Memories. These days, the only thing that disappears is our privacy.

+ In introducing the new feature, Snapchat may have come up with the most “tech” headline ever.

+ “These are status bars, maybe a few update messages, to construct a facade of slow, hard, thoughtful work, even though the computer is done calculating your query.” FastCo on the UX secret that will ruin apps for you.