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What are the other ways for content to exist on the internet? Or, are mega-marketing and surveillance capitalism the only determinants that can provision the audience?
Jack Dorsey is the reason we don’t have Vine and instead are stuck with just TikTok? F that guy.
How about doing a video on the Established Titles scam. LOL
You lost all credibility taking scam money
Amazing Twitter bio.
Wow… this took some work to make.
Man, after The Social Network, I Wonder why this wasnt made into a movie yet
This was a masterpiece, thanks for always sharing such high-quality content with us! :)
Lol,. this didn't age well.
Bro reupload this with fixed audio
watched the whole thing
Twitter nicking developer APIs is a chilling forshadowing of what's to come for Reddit. Reddit has had its IPO in the works for 4 years and its API enabled a variety of 3rd party apps to flourish which was crucial in the mid-2010s mobile market growth to attract and keep users. Reddit has been pushing out more and more features that are only available in their official app, yet 3rd party apps still have a loyal following to this day which by nature of the original design do not show promoted tweets or any of the additional tracking done by Reddit.
My pessimistic side thinks the same will happen at Reddit when the pursuit of money trumps community spirit.
These analysis are incredible, keep up the good work ! PG.
Amazing deep dive thanks for this contexr
Used to be investors could profit off an investment - now execs get rich from investors
Somehow Musk has made twitter worse.
So much for it can't get much worse...
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This is pretty amazing video, hope it reaches everyone.
Interesting analysis of Twitter which appears to have been well researched - well done. I wonder what the outcome would have been if the site was bought instead by another billionaire (Say Soros or Gates). I wonder what our discussion would have been then?