Twitter said it will no longer enforce its longstanding Covid misinformation policy, yet another sign of how Elon Musk plans to transform the social media company he bought a month ago https://t.co/bYl1Ua1Hte
— CNN (@CNN) November 29, 2022
I’m deleting my twitter account within the next day or two. It won’t be much of a loss for Musk. My twitter account basically only reposted anything that gets posted to this blog. I did use it to keep in touch with some friends though and also use it to follow several on Twitter. But, after seeing how Musk has been treating the employees of Twitter, and witnessing how he is not only choosing to run the company, but use it as his own personal 4chan, I have had enough and choose to just get rid of my account. Having a raging impulsive narcissist run the country for four years has soured me on these privileged attention-at-all-cost seekers. And I really don’t want to play in his sandbox any more.
Helga Stentzel’s Instagram page is gorgeous as she makes art out of everyday items but I really love her clotheline animal pieces.
NY Post: Florida man makes announcement, story on page 26. pic.twitter.com/FQcNC1ewPP
— Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) November 16, 2022
I’ve been on a big news diet. So I didn’t pay attention to the florida man who has decided to run again for preznit. The NY Post headline here is channeling that same energy.
They animated sheet music to go along with Mozart dictating his Requiem to Salieri. Amadeus is one of my favorite movies of all time. Watch it if you haven’t!
So what happens when the biggest troll in the world who also happens to be the richest man in the world buys the world’s largest megaphone?
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) October 31, 2022
Elon Musk has deleted his tweet spreading an unfounded conspiracy about Pelosi’s husband. And his fans are now upset that he has “caved to the leftist mob” pic.twitter.com/jwq7mhZ1Z3
— Davey Alba (@daveyalba) October 30, 2022
It was to be expected: Antisemitic campaign tries to capitalize on Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover. – The New York Times https://t.co/FDJ6zP0HQO
— Richard C. Schneider (@rc_schneider) October 29, 2022
An important detail here: If you already have a blue checkmark, Twitter is currently planning to remove it from your profile after 90 days if you don’t subscribe to the more expensive Blue subscription after it launches.
— Alex Heath (@alexeheath) October 31, 2022