Thinking about 9/11. So much of what my buddy says here is sadly true. http://redteams.net/blog/2016/quick-post
I have some ideas around this. @Jack could have his sports/news/entertainment cake while giving a slice to users as well. I’ll write a post.
If @Jack wants to know where Twitter began to run off the rails, it’s when they stopped believing in fostering community.
Humans are naturally attracted to, and form, communities — tribes. If @Jack wants to keep and attract users, maybe double-down on that.
The word I use to describe Twitter is “community”. @Jack doesn’t seem to get that’s what brings and keeps everyone I know here.
In Vanity Fair, @Jack described Twitter as “live news, entertainment, sports, and chat.” and he’s going to “double down” on that.
Today, I published some thoughts about my increasingly Amish approach to technology. Please have a read: http://patrickrhone.com/2016/09/09/an-amish-approach-to-technology/