Too much noise, too many adverts, too many trolls, too much repetitive circularity of conversation. Good 'bot platform, though.
But this is, like, one big Facebook fanboy jerkoff:
"In Facebook’s case, the company has demonstrated its mastery of product focus and long-term commitment to user experience. While Mark Zuckerberg’s empire sent users sloshing to and fro on the seas of privacy invasion in its early years, the past five years have seen the company come to dominate and define the concept of a social conversation. If users get abusive on Facebook, they’re dealt with. If someone wants to wage a campaign of noise and intrusion, the repercussions are varied and plentiful. You may not agree with Zuckerberg’s “one identity” concept, but the fact that people have to register their real names has certainly made Facebook a much safer space in which to engage. That’s to say nothing of its mobile and ad offerings, which the company has finally paired elegantly, allowing Facebook to take an even larger bite of mobile-ad dollars. The company closed its latest quarter with revenue up a whopping fifty-one per cent year over year.In Facebook’s case, the company has demonstrated its mastery of product focus and long-term commitment to user experience."
LOL everything, espesh that last sentence. Yeah, them Old White People really gettin' the hang of Facebook now.
Wasn't long ago that pundits were saying Facebook was dead because it hadn't embraced Mobile quickly enough.
"Meanwhile, a series of mediocre product changes at Twitter (such as the much-hyped but ultimately confusing Moments feature), a stagnant user base, and a massive executive brain drain have called into question whether Twitter can survive as a business. In the past week, the company has lost its vice-president of media, V.P. of product (to Instagram, natch), its head of the growing video service Vine (to Google), its V.P. of engineering, and its H.R. head. Unsurprisingly, the company’s stock has lost about fifty per cent of its value over the past three months."
It's never too late or too soon to say how much I hate Jack Dorsey, though. I hated him before it was fashionable to hate him LOL I may even hate him as much as I hate Zuckerberg, but it's a tough call to make. The man who once berated all of Europe for its "lack of ambition" returns to his failing, no - failed! - company. No more ski holidays or rare vintage motorbikes for Jack for a few months. He gotta WORK. Poor Jack.