At media companies, 2018 might be remembered as the year that someone finally got data sharing right. To be sure, there were some missteps. Facebook’s series of data scandals cost the social network around a quarter of its value. But Twitter, Google, Reddit, Snapchat, and even Facebook each tweaked their privacy policies to better balance […]
Reports this week suggest that the number of tweets per day created by Twitter’s users has fallen by more than half since a peak in August 2014, according to a sampling of data from Twitter’s API. It’s hardly surprising, as both the media and tech sector have been charting and predicting its downward trajectory for […]
Lessons learned from building apps beyond 140 characters.
Politwoops is back in business.
The developer-friendly login service now works on tvOS.
Developers love Fastlane … and Twitter loves developers, again.
CEO Jack Dorsey promises “transparency.”
“Interesting exchanges” to get bumped up on tweet pages.
You can check out anytime you like … but you can never leave.
Users can’t turn it off—or even see what it’s doing.
C’mon Twitter, you’re better than this.
Thanks for articulating what everyone already knew.
It’s time to take back our inboxes from the e-marketers.
It’s parallel with Facebook’s WhatsApp buy.
David Cameron will ask Obama for the keys on Friday.
Silicon Valley is committed to the idea of free speech … in theory.
Like a more convenient Vine.
And it plans on keeping us that way.