Well, that’s fast.
When Elon Musk bought Twitter and made it private in October, I think we’ll have some time before things turn. Then after he lay off about half of the company’s employees, that estimate has been shortened a bit.
Now, after last night’s Spaces rant in which Musk confronted the journalists he banned from reposting links about ElonJet trackers then suddenly completely killed the featurethat timeline has increased dramatically.
It’s clear: Twitter isn’t going to die tomorrow, next week, or even next year. But given how the past few days have been on the platform, I’m not sure how long Twitter will maintain a viable platform. It is becoming the China of social media, full of censorship, arbitrary bans, and user/account groups rushing to defend Musk whenever they feel his story is being vandalized. .