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The Persuader

My personal blog, started in 2006.

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The descent of Twitter

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Filed under: business, culture, internet, New Zealand, politics, technology, UK, USA—Jack Yan @ 12.09

3 Responses to ‘The descent of Twitter’

  1. […] The descent of Twitter « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on The big difference with the internet of the ’90s: it served the many, not the few […]

  2. […] “rules” are applied with no reference to actual stated policies. Essentially, the company lies. Twitter has been digging itself more deeply into a hole of late, and it’s very evident now, even if you didn’t want to admit it earlier, that it operates on […]

  3. […] The Facebook and Twitter purge: you can violate policies by doing nothing « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on The descent of Twitter […]

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