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

From splitting over peas and guacamole to actually loving Beats 1, what a week it was.

In an attempt to help you keep track of what happened, Digiday’s new feature will provide the definitive ranking of what’s in and what’s out at the end of every week so you don’t embarrass yourself at the White Girl Rose happy hour.

Without further ado, here’s what’s fresh and what’s a flop for the week of June 29:


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