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Selfies and hot dog legs seem like an essential snap at the time, but most of us never even scroll through the hundreds of photos we take every month. Three quarters of photos taken on our smart phones are consigned to history within seconds of being shot, it has emerged. Researchers found despite the 'selfie generation' snapping hundreds or even thousands of images every month, only one in four are ever viewed again. That means our phones contain a staggering amount of 'digital baggage', with alternative angles' accounting for the majority of unused photo fodder. Forgotten selfies and hot dog legs are also likely to be discarded along with other pictures which seemed like a good idea at the time. The study also found more than a quarter of those surveyed will have a 'digital de-clutter' every six months or less. With the spring-cleaning season officially underway, Plusnet are helping smartphone users make the most of their device before the busy summer season with pics of holidays, festivals and weddings gets underway.
By David Lawrance For Dailymail. She set tongues wagging last Tuesday when she and new beau Cody Simpson shared a very racy selfie to Instagram. The racy photos, which still appear on Miley's page, tested Instagram's strict community guidelines which ban nudity in photos shared to the platform. The Wrecking Ball singer's assets were on nearly full display in the images, a couple of which also showed Miley holding a guitar.
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