My Over-Letter Tweets While 2021 Begins
What I thought but couldn’t post in a single tweet, in January, 2021.
0. Revue by Twitter
Twitter buys into newsletters with Revue acquisition
Twitter is acquiring Revue, an email service that lets writers publish newsletters. The move allows Twitter to…
I utterly knew nothing about this acquisition; meanwhile, I focused Medium’s acquisition of Glose, because I use Medium as an enhanced Twitter, rather than a blog, when letters exceed a single tweet limit. By the way, as you know Twitter’s snafu algorithm, criteria, behavior and attitude, they purposely prevent us from seeing thumbnails which are linked to Instagram, on a timeline.
Medium acquires ebook company Glose
Medium has announced its acquisition of the social-based ebook company Glose. Glose is a platform where users can buy…
So far seemingly, they do the same thing there Revue. See below.
Monthly Note JAN-XXI: Trial Publication on Revue
Opn Chang's Over-Letter Tweet Compilation - What I thought but couldn't post in a single tweet, in January, 2021.
Voilà. How about that? (Damn!! Medium, too.)
1. Trump’s accounts lockup
It’s exactly correct that, in terms of FATF, some trade/financial-related companies like Stripe and banks ban someone’s account which is used by a terrorist, criminal and any other harmful person. In the meantime, otherwise, other providers ought to judge it on themselves with no pressures even if it ends up with the same result.
2. Japan’s Postwar Renaissance?
The unconditional surrender by Potsdam Declaration might be, in a way, sort of successful experience for us Japanese, and therefore it won’t be surprised that many citizens believe, deep inside, “meh, thing’s gonna be right” even if a lot of problems are postponed since we made a quick recovery after all.
3. Jack Dorsey
(The following is a rare English tweet of mine. Usually in Korean/Japanese.)
4. COVID-19+ situation
5. Inauguration Day
Something like speech and poem is just a skill in and of itself. Someone who can do well is good at it, well-trained, or gifted as long as they perform it. Which means just like that. Nonetheless, our(?) PM Suga really sucks, extremely, incredibly.
Anyway, 2021 is definitely the year of COVID vaccination although Japan is getting behind preceding countries such as US, UK and the amazingly-jabbing Israel. Stay safe, healthy and sanitized until most get a — required twice — jab.