Why Twitter’s Dying (And What You Can Learn From It)
umair haque
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Thanks Umair, for this passionate essay. You’ve given me a a great deal to consider over the weekend, especially this paragraph:

“Can we create a better web? Sure. But I think we have to start with humility, gratitude, reality — not arrogance, privilege, blindness. Abuse isn’t a nuisance, a triviality, a minor annoyance that “those people” have to put up with for the great privilege of having our world-changing stuff in their grubby hands. It will chill, stop, and kill networks from growing, communities from blossoming, and lives from flourishing. If your purpose is social interaction, abuse is as central to it as bacterial infection is to selling meat.”

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