We followed Elon Musk’s turbulent arrival on Twitter and we know what his persistence represents. Also with knowledge, the co-founder of the social network considers that the entrepreneur is not the right person to run the platform.
Indeed, Elon Musk’s intervention did not gather supporters …
Twitter was founded in 2006 by Jack Dorsey, Evan Williams, Noah Glass, and Biz Stone. Recently, the latter said that he thinks Elon Musk "doesn't seem like" the right person to own the social network.
It doesn't look like it is now, but I could be wrong.
Stone said WatchmanHe added that running a company is not an easy task because "50% of people will be happy and 50% of people will be annoyed with you". As he explained, a manager must agree and agree with things that may not satisfy him, or that he simply does not agree with, in order for the business to succeed.
As questionable actions, the Twitter co-founder cited the dismissal of the moderation team, as well as the reinstatement of accounts to public figures who were previously suspended for violating the social network's policy and sharing hate speech.
After several allegations, Biz Stone shared that he wasn't sure that Twitter You will forever succeed as a company. However, he revealed that he believes the concept of the platform will always be present, even if it is through other similar social networks.
It will only be important that the idea of Twitter survives. And it has already happened. It seems that this is already happening. Mastodon seems to be winning the decentralized and open source version of Twitter. People seem to be going there.
Biz Stone told the Guardian.
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