The definitive Digiday guide to what was in and what was out this week

We’ve escaped another week unscathed, despite the threat of world domination from those pesky Minions.

This week, the Internet’s collective outrage shifted from Reddit to Snapchat — and Comic-Con replaced Cannes in crowding our Twitter feeds. Oprah Magazine caught heat for suggesting only women with flat stomachs should don a crop top, sparking this week’s hashtag campaign, while The Guardian got into the publishing business — sort of. Here’s what’s in and what’s out for the week of July 6:


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