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1. Call the Cossack Cybersquad

Russia's solution to social media profanity? Cossacks, of course!

Tags: social media, Internet, cossacks
2. War of the Potties

“Shocking! You don’t say – a toilet, right in the home! And a double-sized bed. Even Putin sleeps more modestly, and has to go out into the yard of Gelendzhik [to do his business].”

– On February 7th, Twitter user Kön de Labre, Inostrannyj Agent, Jr. (@KStatator) bled concern for Putin’s modest living.

Tags: protest, politics, social media, putin, navalny, gelendzhik
3. A Blog for Babushka

A recent survey of the elderly finds that one-fifth of pensioners hope to supplement their income with a blog.

Tags: social media, social issues, elderly, pensions, Internet
4. Wash Your Shoes, but Not Here

Five men recorded themselves washing their shoes in a holy site in Kaliningrad. Then they overshared.

Tags: Orthodox Church, social media, religion, Kaliningrad
5. Russian Museums Join TikTok

Viewers can take a virtual tour of several Russian museums via TikTok.

Tags: social media, museums
6. Russia's Instamamas

Forbes recently released a list of the highest-earning Instagram bloggers in Russia, several of whom use their account to share details of motherhood.

Tags: social media, Instagram
7. VKontakte's Virtual Exhibit

VKontakte has partnered with a modern art museum to allow amateur artists to submit items for a virtual exhibit.

Tags: art, social media, museums
8. Worth A Thousand Words

A Russian colorist of historical photos has been banned from social media for her work.

Tags: social media, politics, art, history
9. Coliving, Bill Gates, and Grechka

This week we explore Soviet throwbacks, social media trends, and coronavirus fugitives.

Tags: social media, history, church, food, coronavirus
10. TikTok but from Home

“I don’t know what to do here. What am I supposed to do, sing, dance? I don’t understand what people do on TikTok. ”

– Opposition leader Alexei Navalny, in his first post to TikTok, where he gained 130,000 followers in less than a week
Tags: social media, coronavirus

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