In an interview with Fast Company, Instagram founder Kevin Systrom discusses what's next for the mobile photo-sharing company now that it has hit an astounding 150 million photos in less than just nine months. In other news, a Fabritech study explores asthma and allergies, get a glimpse at London's Olympic Aquatic Centre, the U.S. is barely passing when it comes to it's alternative energy report card, and take a look at the first ad released for Target's much anticipated Missoni line.
Check out the news and links after the jump.
• What Instagram Plans To Do With 150 Million Photos And Faster Growth Than Flickr | Fast Company
• Zaha Hadid's London Olympic Aquatic Centre: A Review | Design Wire
• Fabrictech study highlights allergy, asthma costs | Furniture Today
• Doerr Gives U.S. a 'C' for Alternative-Energy | Bloomberg
• Here It Is: Presenting the First Missoni For Target Ad | Racked
Image: via Fast Company