35 Burst results for "Twitter"
Woman fatally shot while pushing stroller on Upper East Side
"New York police say a woman was fatally shot Wednesday night while pushing a stroller on the upper east side AP correspondent Norman hall reports Police say the attack happened around 8 30 near the intersection of Lexington avenue and 95th street the woman was taken to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead A city council member who represents the area said on Twitter that the victim was the mother of the three month old baby and a stroller mayor Eric Adams blames access to guns This national problem is impacting families and it doesn't matter if you are on the upper east side or east New York Brooklyn New York like many other U.S. cities has contended with rising concern about violent crime Murders in New York remain at their second highest level since 2012 I Norman
From the Frontlines to the Clandestine with Drew Hernandez
"I'm joined with the great drew Hernandez, drew, welcome back, man. I want to brag on drew here. Drew flew out to Washington, D.C. and anticipation of the roe V wade ruling. Drew, you kind of camped out there waiting for it and drew got some of the most compelling footage right as the roe versus wade ruling was announced, both positive and negative footage. And you also got into that kind of altercation with one of the guys there in D.C. doing some great front lines reporting. Yeah, Charlie, I mean, I mean, it's a team effort. I know you and I were coordinating on when we should go. And I think the best decision was to just kind of like stake it out and wait because it's a monumental. This is American history. Yes. It's huge. This is something that we didn't want to miss if we did. I think we would have really regretted it. But I was kind of like running some of the numbers. And this is, this is grassroots type of stuff right here. This is definitely God's work moving through us and what we're doing being in the right place at the right time. That's always been my experience. God directs our steps. You always end up in the right place at the right time because God is real and he's leading you. And I think in totality, our entire front lines on the ground just my Twitter account alone, the viewership was 7.5 million crazy. That's just Twitter. Just Twitter, and if we add the Tucker hit that I did, which is obviously our row coverage. That's over 10 million views. And we don't even know the re postings on Instagram and other
A Lesson in NOT Falling for the Media Hype
"Many different stories where the media went instantaneously into accusation mode and full transparency. One of the great teaching moments, one of the great learning moments for me personally. Was in either January or February of 2019, I think is January. The Covington kid deal. With Nicholas Sandman, where I was doing too many things at once, I was spending far too much time on Twitter, and I tweeted something such as the Covington kids shouldn't have behaved the way they did. A stupid, dumb thing to tweet, because I didn't let all the facts come through. I didn't actually check the premise. I didn't challenge the media narrative. And that was such a teaching moment for me in a learning moment. I said, what am I doing here? Just kind of going along with the narrative for the narrative's sake. And I wrote a whole op-ed about it, but I actually learned from it. I decided that I was never going to do that again. I said, I'm not going to kind of ready fire aim. I said, we're just going to kind of let the facts come out. And I also learned that, man, when the media becomes so enthusiastic and so passionate about something so quickly, there's probably something there withholding from us. And then a couple months later, the Mueller report came out and it showed that Trump collusion was all a lie. And as I was growing in the movement and growing as a commentator and growing as a podcaster and growing as a host and growing as a leader of turning point USA, I said to myself, man, the next time the media wants me to get so excited about something, I'm just not gonna do it. And I'm quite
A Deeper Look at Cassidy Hutchinson's 'Bombshell' Testimony
"The latest witness call by the January 6th committee was Cassidy Hutchinson and aid or former aide to Mark Meadows, who was the chief of staff under Trump. And Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony was immediately hailed by the media. And in fact, even by some on the right, I mean, I'm thinking of Andy McCarthy at national review, very compelling Brett bear, of course, yes, he was completely convinced completely on board. Crushing testimony and so on in the media, of course, was hailing this. She's sort of the latest savior. On the supposedly with the Republican tag. This was part of the game. You bring in people who are nominally Republican, you say, look, even a Republican says. And she put out a whole bunch of stuff. I mean, a good bit of it was just hearsay things that she had heard of things that she had been told. But it was sufficiently salacious, sufficiently bombshell ish that the media glommed right onto them, specifically two things. One is it supposedly at one point Trump got so upset, upset when Barr told him that he had lost the election that he flung his food, presumably a hamburger, Trump's favorite, up against the wall, leaving some ketchup on the wall and Cassidy Hutchinson, I had to clean it up. Now, when I first heard this, I literally chuckled because first of all, it's hard for me to see Trump doing that, but you know what, to be honest, if an election was stolen from me under my nose, I would be a little irate. I don't think I'd have thrown a burger against the wall. I think I like burgers too much, but my comment on Twitter was, do we have the full story on this if Trump really threw the burger and fell on the ground? Did Bill Barr like reach down and eat it? Hard for me to see Bill Barr turning down a burger. And but in any event, Trump, of course, was extremely scornful and Trump makes the comment on truth social. He goes, why would she have to clean it up? First of all, she does she was not a member of my staff. He goes, I don't even know who she was. And then the supposedly the big bombshell was an anecdote and incident about Trump who wanted to go to the capitol. On January 6th and was so apparently enraged that the Secret Service was reluctant to take him that he reached over and tried to grab the steering wheel of the car. Now at first people were like, I think Cassidy Hutchinson may even have said it. This was actually the so called the beast, the big limousine, the Trump limousine. And if that was the case, this would be flat out impossible.
Grayson Murray's Love Hate Relationship With Twitter
"Why do you feel you get heat for throwing and snapping clubs when other people just get a free pass? I mean, so this is why I don't like Twitter. Does I feel like I'm always defending myself, all right? Like I always look like the bad guy. You know, they got these 5 guys. Whatever, we keep talking about they try to paint this picture to these guys, like these really good tissues, whatever. This image of the tour. They always post pictures of Rory signing autographs or whatever, like all the rest of us are out there signing as well, you know? So I'm always defending myself. It makes me look like I'm the world's against me. And I don't believe that. I don't think the world's against me. So that's one reason why I got rid of Twitter, but I mean, I don't know. I think I'm an easy target, like I think people just, they know, I'm going to respond to them, so they want to say some shit out there and they want to get a little bite from grace and Murray, which I give it to them. So Rory McIlroy is not out there tweeting to these guys like what they're saying to him and, you know, I think it's cool to be able to talk to your supporters and haters, you know? At a level, they can comprehend it. Like we're all just freaking human at the end of the day. Like these guys that make all this money, you think they're invincible and not human and can't relate to the rest of the people. Well, that's bullshit. I mean, the world for the people pod, right? We can all
Grayson Murray on His PGA Status and Goals
"What are you playing and basically right now? Like, are you are you going full? Are you kind of like half and half corn fairy PGA Tour you back PGA Tour starts or like what's your goal to lead to this season? I'm exempt to the finals this year, so like the cornfield finals. So I don't need to play out there. I got, I'm gonna play in the next four in a row. I don't think PJ tour. I got John Deere, barbasol, barracuda, and then the 3M that I'm gonna get into. So basically just go out there and try to make as much points as I can, many points as I can to get in that side of that one 25. Yeah. Right now I'm like 200. I've only played. I think 6 events. So, you know, I mean, I'd have to have some good finishes, which can happen. But I'm not really stressed and like people were like, oh, you know, you're gonna, you know, this is one thing too. People don't know what the fuck they're talking about on Twitter, so they're always like, oh, you're losing your card, man, can't wait to see you back in Q school. I'm like, y'all have no clue. Hey, as a past champion on the PJ tour, I get into like 6 events, no matter what every year, like for the rest of my life, like why is so and so always in these events, well, he's born on the tour three or four times like past champions like you have at your own category. So I'm never gonna be like on the streets like you don't have a card, but I mean, I don't want to be this guy that's like trying to keep his car every year or bounce around and the corn flare of the PJ. Like, I mean, I'm a legit golfer. I want to be like a top player. So I mean, I have these goals. Like, I'm trying to get my card back and I know I'm good enough. Like, I know I can be top 15 in the world. I know I can win out there again. I'm on the right
Charlie Pierce: Griswold v. Connecticut Is About Privacy
"And by the way, thank you on Twitter. I just think we can't, you know, not just ring the alarm enough, but clarify enough. You said can folks, please stop referring to griswold decision as having been about contraception. Griswold confirmed the existence of a right to privacy within the constitution. That's everything. It's about marriage. It's about sex. It's about what we read. It's about how we communicate with each other. It's about the limits to search and seizure. It's about medical records, genetic information. It's about libraries and the Internet. Thank
Xi Van Fleet Describes Living Through China's 'Cultural Revolution'
"You can read scores of history books. You can watch YouTube videos, but the most powerful weapon we have in pushing back against the new communists, what my wife called the next gen marxists are the stories of those who have suffered under communism. That brave woman was she van fleet, and she is in studio with us now. Welcome to America first street. Thank you for inviting me here. So let's start at the beginning. Where do you come from where were you born? And in your bio, it says on Twitter, Chinese by birth, American by choice, survivor of Mao's cultural revolution. So tell us a little about yourself and then what this cultural revolution was that you survived through. I was 6 turning 7 when the cultural revolution started. So I experienced the whole thing, ten years of it, and after that, I was sent to the countryside to be re-educated by the peasants. So I always say I have a full experience of that cultural revolution. And what was the goal? What was the parties? What was Mao's goal with the cultural revolution? What was the objective? That is a loaded question. And it takes a long time to explain. We have time. We have time. No. I think I think main reason is power. So Mao, after they got into power in 1949, they never stopped political campaigns. One after another, one disaster of it another. But one of the worst is the group, great leap forward. Because of that campaign, and the resulted the grief famine about 40 to 50 million people died. Because of that, he lost some prestige.
Naomi Osaka Offends Swahili Speakers
"Naomi Osaka, the kind of player who is just a real big pain in the ass. I like to fire up cross court shot of her face, Naomi Osaka announced last week that she's partnered with LeBron James company Spring Hill to start a new media company. A media company from the girl who doesn't want to talk to the media. And you explain that to me? Naomi Osaka expressed the hope that it would produce TV shows and documentaries and branded content. Again, this is the fraud who doesn't like attention thrust on her. This is the woman who had to step away from competitive tennis for her mental health sake. She said, and then she went on to do a few magazine covers and went to the Met ball in New York City, dressed like a fucking peacock with feathers in her hair. Don't believe anything she says. Now get this, the name of a new venture, she called it Hannah kuma, what she said means flower bear in Japanese. Hold that, hold it because it didn't take long for the Japanese Haitian Osaka to discover, oh, that phrase has another meaning in Swahili in Swahili. I'm not even sure why we care about this Swahili content, but it's why Healy it translates to women with that of a giant. Let's not forget there are 200 million people who speak Swahili, which is the majority of East Africa. So dozens of losers on Twitter in Africa piled on her and they begged her, they urged Osaka to this reconsider that name. They called it offensive. Of course they did. Of course they did. Everybody's offended now by something.
Live Reactions on the Ground as Roe v. Wade Is Overturned
"I want to get to drew Hernandez. He's right outside of the Supreme Court building. Please excuse the background noise, but it's important we hear from drew, drew, what is the vibe on the ground right now? You're right outside of the U.S. Supreme Court. Well, Charlie, this is a historic moment in the United States of America worldwide overturning of roe V wade. We were able to capture votes, sides, both reactions in real time. Here on the ground, when it was announced, the second it was announced on the pro life side, there were obvious cheers, jubilation, people just celebrating because of this historic overturning to save the lives of babies, even though it'll go back down to the states. Moving forward is still moving forward for the pro life movement. And for the pro baby movement, but then the other side immediately was figured and erupted into tears where crying, calling the court illegitimate right in front of the Supreme Court. And just moments ago, I don't know if you've seen the video Charlie, I just put it up maybe about 5 minutes ago. Congresswoman AOC did come out here and join the pro abortion protesters and was literally accusing the Supreme Court's decision and the Supreme Court of being illegitimate themselves as sitting U.S. congresswoman out here doing that and calling for people to take to the streets. That clip is going vital right now on Twitter, but we're going to see what happens. Charlie, I know you and I have been talking about the past week and a half. I mean, for a while now that we're going to see probably some violence tonight, we know that James revenge has been threatening a night of rage and night of violence the night of decision like this was to be made. Some antifa accounts on Twitter have already been announcing they're going to be here tonight in front of the Supreme Court at 5 p.m., but I wouldn't even only have eyes on D.C.. I would have eyes on Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, New York, across the United States, because like I said, this is huge. It's historic. Not only has America been watching Charlie, but the world has been
Liz Cheney Is Sending Mail to Wyoming Democrats to Vote for Her
"One Nick trainer On Twitter Nancy excuse me Yeah right Liz Cheney four months ago When asked about Democrats switching parties to vote for her in the state's August Republican primary that's not something that I've contemplated That I've organized her that I will organize She told the New York slimes Meanwhile a few hours ago Reed J Epstein posts Citing The New York Times Liz Cheney is sending mail to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to vote for her in the state's August primary Oh she's so ethical She's a sleaze like all the other People on this committee
The Left's Woke Indoctrination of the Military With Nick Freitas
"It would be seriously remiss of me if I didn't ask you this question given your background. So my background, so I'm an immigrant, a legal immigrant. I naturalized in 2012, ended up in The White House working for president Trump. But for about the last decade, I had quite a close relationship with Bragg. I've been teaching as a guest instructor on the Q course, the 18 alpha officers course, and also warrant offices, the 18 alpha course as well. The one 81 80 alpha as well. And I love it. And I love those guys, especially when you're talking to warrants, you know, who've had 9, 9 tools in the sandbox. You're not teaching them anything. You're standing there with a card rate just listening to what they have to say. But given that association, what we've witnessed in the last 16 months, your well plugged in with your brotherhood back at bragging elsewhere. Your reaction, your comments, to what is politely turned, the work efficacy of the American military, what we've seen in terms of the pride flag being flown over the air force recruits in that recent Twitter ad, Mark milley saying, yes, we have I'm white and we have to understand white rage. How bad is it? What are you hearing and how concerned are you as a former operator? Well, people are people are very frustrated because they feel like I saw this tweet today and they were talking about the navy pushing for safe spaces. And like, you know, it used to be that the safe space, the military was responsible for was the United States and keeping it safe from foreign militaries and foreign threats. Now all of a sudden, the military is once again become a Petri dish for social engineering. For the left. And there's a lot of frustration because again, if you go into the military and I think especially certain careers in the military that you know are going to put you in a great deal of danger. There's a certain expectation that you're going to have a strong grip on reality because you don't get to play the games that we do in the sociology class at Cal Berkeley when it gets to the battlefield. Things like biology matters, reality matters. And when you start to ignore that, people die from that. That's not a, this is not the typical Elizabeth Warren where if you don't agree for every regulation she likes, you want people to die. No, we operate in an environment where people die when we don't recognize reality. If you deny reality that'll cost.
Honest Reactions to Rising Gas Prices
"You see his Twitter account I was walking around the capitol and I had some kind Say to his son that guy swalwell He doesn't like Trump He's totally making this up That never actually happened I promise you He's totally completely making these stories up I don't make them up I go to the guest pump although and I watch people's reactions So a couple of days ago I'm at the pump business guy there There's a woman next to him two separate cars that right in front of me I'm watching them I don't know if it's his daughter or what they were talking like at misses daughter He's paying for both of them He looks at his thing He looks at the price on his thing He starts shaking his head He walks inside to pay the daughter yells to him like dad whatever 76 70 and a father's like David man I was like this is unbelievable This is affecting everybody to gas
Human Relationships Still Matter!
"Human relations still matter. No matter how technologically it lanced our worlds could be coming no matter how technologically savvy we are becoming, you can't separate out the man from the machine. And that goes for programming, it goes from social media. You can't separate it out. This is also one of the concerns and I wanted to start with this one because I see this so often if the machine is being substituted for social interaction, we see this in social media, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, all of these YouTube platforms, Roman platforms, all of them. All are good things when used in proper perspective. But what we're seeing right now and probably wouldn't envision from this movie top that matter was that when you remove the man from the machine, when you remove the human element out of the social interactions, then people will begin to believe that they're their own best, they're their own best advisers, their own best interests, and that they know best because they're never challenged. Because if you can put something out there on the Internet and you can top a comment or a tweet and you can send it out an anonymous fashion, you're not able to receive the instant feedback like I grew up when I was growing up in high school. If you had a problem with somebody, you had to tell them you had a problem with them. Otherwise, nobody would ever know. You couldn't go to some anonymous electric site, electronic site in tweet, I hate or I'm mad at so and so. No, you had to actually get front and that's where human interaction skills were lacking in a leadership lesson. If you want to hear it today, the best leadership interaction I can give you is the demand. You can't separate the command of a machine and you can't separate the social interaction that we desperately need is humans. And when you do, you start isolating people. We start seeing the rise of the mental health issues that we see. And we start seeing more and more of a pervasiveness in our culture that is
Katie Gorka's Advice to Those Listening: 'Stand Firm'
"What is your advice to those listening? Firstly, in terms of ammunition in terms of things people should read and should do. If they shouldn't be on Twitter, what should they be reading? We love in primus. We love the conservative news sites. What classical books should they read? Should they read the tocqueville? Should they read an SC 68? So how do parents understand what's happening? And then talk to us about what it takes to do what you do. And where you find the courage to do it and what you say to those who are listening. Yeah, well, I'll say this. I was on a panel a few weeks ago with Tiffany justice, one of the cofounders of moms for liberty. And I asked, I was the moderator. And I asked each of the panelists to tell me what was the hardest thing they had done. And she said, the hardest thing she had ever done. Now, this is the cofounder of moms for liberty. One of the most successful organizations in the last two years. Yeah. They are just booming. But she said the hardest thing she had ever done was get up and talk at a school board meeting. Right. Now I had never done it till about three weeks ago. And I'm going to say, yes, I agree with her. I think it's the hardest thing I've ever done. You know, to be faced with this tribunal of 12 people who you know don't agree with you. You've been press secretary for customs and border patrol. You briefed the military, the intelligence community and the school board was a tough support was much scary. Is there a bunch of maoists, a bunch of you know they hate you and you know that they all, you know, they're in lockstep with each other. Get out of your comfort zone number one. Got to get out of your comfort zone. What else do people need to do to get that armor on them? I think staying up to date on the data because it's changing rapidly. I can't say enough about Jay green's paper that just came out. You had him on the show last week. Oh, good. Okay. That's super important because it blows apart the narrative of the left. And I would just also say to people trust what you know in your heart because you know what's true and what isn't and don't be cowed by this narrative of the left and they're trying to red pill us and don't let it happen. Stand firm.
What Is Charlie's Take on Juneteenth?
"I saw that turning point USA is not having off as a federal holiday for Juneteenth. Why is that? What is your perspective on Juneteenth? So last year we came out pretty, let's just say publicly against the idea of making Juneteenth a federal holiday. And it's rather clever by the left, you have to admit, Juneteenth, as it is properly understood, of course, is something worthy of appreciation. It is the day the news of Emancipation reached Texas and that news started to spread. That is not at all what's going on here. Let's stop being naive. Let's stop looking at things as they tell them as they are and really what's going on here. What's really going on here is a BLM holiday to try to focus on alleged systemic racism to resurrect a propaganda campaign to try and focus on racial differences and to try and have a point of reference right before July 4th, by the way, intentionally summertime holiday. To have the worst people you could imagine, ibram X kendi being one of them. And Robin diangelo and Nicole Hannah Jones give them a day where they could become incredibly relevant to talk about, well, yeah, of course, Juneteenth was nice, but really we're more racist than ever. That's the exactly the wording they're going to use. It's like, oh yeah, whatever Juneteenth day that what's really going on is Juneteenth is the show that look at systemic racism and inequality and inequity. And some Republicans will say, oh, no, no, you know, Juneteenth is a conservative day because it's about the freeing of slaves. Of course, if we weren't talking about another political movement that wants us to try to have a federal holiday where they can corrupt the American flag done, Tempe Arizona, they took down all the American flags and put up BLM Juneteenth flags and then have an unnecessary unhelpful entire massive propaganda campaign that will be happening on TikTok on Twitter on Facebook on Instagram. All about how races are country is.
Where Is Ray Epps? Revolver News' Darren Beattie Explains
"He is the founder. He is the editor of revolver news. Welcome back to Mercer first Darren BT. Great to be back. Thanks for having me, Seth. All right guys, you do real journalism. I want everybody to follow this individual, even if you can't spell growth in dengue in centrist, you need to follow him. It's an in joke, Darren J Beatty. That's. Revolver news. Darren, let's talk about this, I like to call it a circus, but it's darker than that. It's more problematic. It is really an inquisition. It's a witch hunt in western civilization. We have a principle where the accused is allowed to face off with the accuser, they're allowed to provide evidence of their innocence. That's not happening in the January 6th committee. So let's ask some important questions on your Twitter feed, you've got a video posted again and again and again of a certain ray eps, who is a key figure who is talking about storming the capitol the day before the capitol. I don't think he's been sworn in. None of the witnesses have actually sworn an oath before giving their testimony. So could you give us an update on where is Rey Epps, Darren? Well, that's a great question. And it's a great question as to who was he, what was he doing and why do the fed seemingly have zero interest in him? I mean, here is the guy. This is old news at this point, but now that we have the committee revving back up, everyone needs to read our two part series on meat ray Epps and it's so comprehensive. It's so damning it's so overwhelming that I say if you're skeptical or if you know someone that's skeptical about federal involvement in January 6, simply take the revolver news challenge, read these two pieces, but most importantly watch the video that we've compiled and then look me in the eye and tell me that there wasn't a federal involvement in
Donald Trump Jr.: See What's Going on With MxM News
"Tech how the necessity and necessity of creating a parallel economy Don away from these cancel culture lunatics It's a necessity I wish it weren't I wish we could operate in a fair space It's not that way These people hate us They want us gone You have taken on this mantle like me and others have and you ran with it You said listen we need a news app out there They've owned the news business forever So you have this new app called MXM news tell us about it Yeah it's an app that just aggregates all of the news that's out there But the problem where so many people get their news day now on social and other places You know the algorithm just doesn't work for conservatives and for the stories that they want to see We saw that perhaps most perfectly with the Hunter Biden laptop We saw that with some of the news out of the Durham report The news existed There were people writing it but people were literally censoring it and making sure that it would not be seen by the masses So some friends and I we created MXM news you can go there You can literally scroll through we'll take all the news from all over the world put it into one place you can choose sort of a category is that you're most passionate about So you get to see what's actually going on You know if people want to download it it's totally free You just go to my website and they'll take you to where you can get it for Android or for iPhone Just go to Don Junior dot com DO and JR dot com But we've just tried to simplify it There's a lot of great companies out there that are now merging when we understand that we are just constantly up against the radical left But America is pushing back then You saw that with what happened to Disney stock You saw that with what is happening at Netflix You see it what's happening in Twitter People are finally on our side saying you know what enough is enough We've turned the other cheek for far too long We're sick of giving people money who are using it against
"twitter" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"Okay, so we have precise location enabled. It's going to be in where the fuck is there. The Carroll said privacy account and then you're going to go to apps and Sessions. Yeah. I've done that, but that's where I was at. And go to Sessions. You have to find out of any other sessions, and I'm still got 20 devices. Okay, why was a Windows device logged into my Twitter 15 days ago on chrome? Now, that was my computer, but I'm going to log out the device, let's see, Android on chrome log out, windows, 19 days ago, on edge. Yeah, that definitely wasn't me, 'cause I don't use, oh no, that was me. Okay. Nobody uses. Let's log out of all other sessions. Okay, now let's view my apps and Sessions. Should we connect it out? Security. Two factor authentication. Generate a new password. Boom. My connected accounts page has just showed I've just turned off my tools. And the connected accounts page has changed. Instead of saying there are no devices, no connected apps. It just says, these are the social accounts you're connected to your Twitter account login. You can disable access here, but it's a blank page. So it's like there's something there, but I just can't see it. I've got to log out and log back into my Twitter. All right, I am going to do something first, and I'm going to look at my logged in apps and Sessions. Let's see. It's probably my fault. Wow, yeah. I think it is. Well, what you think, what you think is not what it is. Oh my God, I have 27 browsers, fuck you. This is what I see all the time. This is my problem with Twitter and it's just not a reality. Okay, let's go to my security turn two factor authentication on. Well, I've had mine on and I've turned it off because you said it was more exploitable. Let's see. It is, but I'm turning mine on just so I can get this. Okay, Twitter for Android Twitter for Android 24 Android. It's just showing where I vlogged in under and connected. Okay, and that and that and. Okay, let's change my password. New password. All the facial that developed. Yeah, yeah. I have. Yeah. I'm just doing. Yeah, in my password was updating successfully. Now let's be my accessibility. Okay. Let's view data usage. Okay. And we're also going to do obviously in safety. I wish I had some Bitcoin. Why? So I could do some stuff. These fucking 20 link devices. I just, what the fuck? Fucked up. All right, there we go. Now I got it. Okay, so whoever, if anyone was in my account, they're now fucking fucked off of my account. I just tweeted those two images. Okay. I'm still somehow still looking. Oh no, I'm not looking for the fuck. So it looked me out of my spaces. That's very much with the app. But I'm still talking to you. And now it's saying some sessions failed to load, but I am not logged in to my Twitter app that I'm still on spaces. Yay, iPhone. Now it's not letting me tweet from the desktop. I'm completely frozen. You have to just shut down and do what? I think it would be time to invest in an Android. I've got one, but it's been rooted. Remotely. And they're willing to pay for a $1000 to have access to it. Okay, so what you want to do is you want to be like F to the and say fire truck. That's what starts with, and ends with all this fire truck. Okay. Hello, lady. Conversation. Oh, we've got someone here. I can't see. I can't see. That's what I don't even know how I'm still connected. Ladies here. If somebody made this lady here with the biosafety, the wisdom of the brand is to give through to the way that the food and then you can not read it all. We just have a little question, baby. All right, and let's do this. We'll save you the best thing to order. If it is if you have to ask if it's illegal, it probably is. No, yeah, but actually, this is a typically hypothetically hypothetically. Hey, I changed my passwords and everything. Good. Off.
"twitter" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"Probably, yes. Okay, so here's my plan. Have you ever thrown a bick lighter at the ground as hard as you can? Of course I have. Okay, Fuck. Why? Yeah, I want to make a good video. I mean, how funny would that be? Watch me unbox it carefully. Okay, now test number one. Smash. Yeah, I mean, yeah. All right, fine. Fine. I'm serious. That's my plan now. But then that would be, I hope you record it because that would be the advanced video after I show the entry level video or demonstrate just into my thing. But you Mark yours as one out of two. That is two out of two. You can make it into an NFT. Can we? Let's not talk about it. I do wonder, but yeah, that conversation. Is there anything we can't make into an NFT? And my understanding now, I had acute pancreatitis like 5 years ago. Can I make that into an NFT? There you go. I was going to say love. Yeah, well, it's about what you can put I literally just made one yesterday, right? I had someone helping me out, but you can put whatever you want in the metadata. According to my understanding, you know what I mean? Link to your Discord link to your Twitter or whatever else. You can put a little message in there or yeah, it's just about how much space there is. I'm talking about an NFT now. Yeah, that was a fairly jam. I'm almost certain. I appreciate it. Yeah, no, it doesn't have to be a picture. That too. It could be a file. And I can have metadata. That's it. It can't be more. I'm pretty sure you can do a PDF or any kind of file you can think of. You want to do a video file. What if I can talk about it? No, I'm just saying. Yes. Well, I'm diving into it right now, and the way that things are done on cardano is a little bit different. But I don't have all the technical answers for you, but I'll be able to explain it to you probably two, three weeks. It's not that complicated. We wait two or three weeks that I really want to explain..
"twitter" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"I think Twitter space is used. This is more ram than maybe my iPhone SE has or something. I don't know what the hell happened, but I've been experiencing the same thing. So in this space, I'm not speaking, but I'm listening. So I'll continue to do other things. And then in other apps and I feel like maybe the websockets closing or something or, I don't know, it's weird because then I'll come in back and I'll see emojis, which is through the websockets, but then no audio. So I don't know. Logged in with your Twitter creds equal. Then. I've been in chase. Yeah, I was wondering about that and what does this mean? Well, it might be a bit surreal for you, sir. Yeah, absolutely. Well, you know, I've often said, okay, just so you know, on 65 retired, so I am an old dude. But I've often said, you know, if you don't believe in unicorns and pixies, you'll never see what. But the thing is, is I.
"twitter" Discussed on DARKWEB.TODAY - Hackers & Cyber SECURITY
"Turn these fucking things off. Hi, goodbye. Sorry. What are you looking at my screen? Are you there? I asked them. Hi, how are you guys? Do you guys get did you guys get Twitter circle today? I did. Who? What? What's your circle? I put a tweet in the next. Oh, I see. If you can see this, you're in the circle. Good morning. Hi. Hang on a minute. I'm just trying to figure out what the hell Aspen is showing us here. So if I can see the who can't see the circle then. And I just got back, what are we talking about? We're talking about Twitter circle, new features. That was awesome. Oh,.
"twitter" Discussed on Verifiable Podcast
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"twitter" Discussed on The Kicker
"Is the view that we need to be on Twitter because it helps build our brand. It helps us raise our profile as journalists and may even help us get jobs down the road, especially if you're young or especially if you're a journalist of color, do you still do you still see the value of Twitter even when you weigh it against all of these problems? I mean, if a young journalist came up to you and said, hey, Twitter seems to really be toxic, should I stay on or should I get off? What do you tell people? Yeah, so that's a great question. I think what I would tell people is it seems like it's a really valuable way to develop your professional career. It seems like it's really a great way to interact with other journalists, maybe not as such a great way to interact with the public. And I kind of feel like that's I think everyone in general is in kind of knows that, but maybe it doesn't necessarily talk about that as much as maybe we should. You know, there's research that shows that a small minority of the public are actually on Twitter, but a large number of journalists are on Twitter. And so, you know, we already know that when journalists are on Twitter, it's not so much that they have democratized the news making process or removed the gates from the gatekeeping that they were once doing. It's just another way for a journalist to talk to their competitors or their colleagues or whatever about what's going on in the field and what they're up to. And so in that way, I do think that it is very helpful for people to get into this work. And frankly, I was able to secure a lot of the interviews that I did because of Twitter, you know? So it was very helpful for this report. But I think that when it comes to actually interacting with your audience is then I don't necessarily know if there's nearly as much value in it and I don't know if I were an editor in a newsroom. I would say to my reporter, you have to be on Twitter so that we can cultivate your following for whatever it is that you're covering and work that into our overall online audience. I just don't necessarily know if it's worth the risks..
"twitter" Discussed on The Kicker
"It's also that they are more often to face these accusations of bias, and then the organization because of the way these social media policies are implemented are more likely to penalize these journalists rather than protect them from the harassment. So why is it that you think these news organizations are so spineless when it comes to this? That's a very good way of phrasing the question. I think that really what it comes down to is they are so convinced that holding on to this traditional notion of objectivity is their best defense against their diminishing credibility. I think it's as simple as that. I think that, you know, the journalist that I spoke with who think that objectivity should be replaced with something that is more about transparency or accuracy or a commitment to certain values. To their, from their perspective, this approach to social media policy is spineless as you said. It is spousal and it's very self imposed. It's all about the organization rather than about the employee. However, you know, and it's not that I spoke to that many people who maintain the management perspective, but I spoke to enough that I feel comfortable saying that what it really comes down to is it's not like they see themselves as being just so terrified of the Twitter mob that they just want to bend over backwards to appease them. It's that they genuinely feel that if journalists were to just be allowed to say whatever they want and express whatever political views they have, then what little trust the public still has in journalism would be entirely lost. Yeah, and also you point out that the fact that most of the people in power in these newsrooms are older, usually older, usually why usually male also plays into how they respond. Yes. So I would say that that the answer to that question is a little bit complicated..
"twitter" Discussed on The Kicker
"On the one hand, they want their people on Twitter and on social media to help raise the profile of the organization and their work. On the other hand, they offer no help or very little help when people get in when they get trolled or when they get marked. So it's like, we need you to do this for your job, but if you get in trouble, you're on your own. That's exactly right and I would say it's even worse than that because not only do newsroom managers want their journalists using social media, they want them doing so in a particular way and that particular way that's in Vogue right now is to be a person is to present yourself as more than just your job. And that means sharing details about who you are. And the problem with that is newsroom social media policies are completely inconsistent with that goal. Instead, they're very much geared toward doing all they can to prevent audiences from perceiving the news organization itself as being politically compromised or biased. And because these guidelines are all based on how what you share gets perceived rather than on what you share to begin with, then it puts journalists in this incredibly difficult position where they feel compelled to share things about themselves and how they feel about the world. On social media and yet any one of those things can be used as evidence that they are biased and therefore their organization is biased and that's all the news organization really cares about is those accusations and trying to do what they can to mitigate them. I think I read in the intro that the majority of people you interviewed of the three dozen or so people you interviewed and asked for this piece were either women or journalists of color, is that right? Yes. Why are those people particularly vulnerable? So there are two reasons for this based on what I've been able to tell from the research that's been done about this..
"twitter" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show
"Madeleine how you doing today. I'm doing great mike. Thanks for having me back again to talk more things twitter. It's exciting yeah. We've got a lot to talk about today so we're going to start out with twitter spaces because there's been a lot of updates so first of all it sounds like you can now have co hosts in twitter spaces. Can you kind of explain how that works. What the limitations are and maybe what they can and cannot do as super exciting. They finally added this feature. Mike me as well as many other room requesting this for a very very long time. I host three rooms every week. And they all have co host like. I don't do it by myself. I have a co host free trim. So now i don't have the burden of managing the room on just me. My co host can now help me so you could. Here's what's really great. So before this feature you have one house and up to ten speaker so eleven people total now is one host up to co host and you can still have ten speakers so you can have a total of thirteen max whereas before it was eleven and was great about having co host is that they can help you manage moderate the room they can invite speakers they can get them on the mike real quickly for because you know what i'm hosting these by myself it is hard to try to juggle it all and they can also send someone out. They commute them. School is so nice now to finally have this feature is huge. I would imagine if for whatever reason like you're on twitter space and you get a phone call or something they could take over. Couldn't they or something happens to your internet. Could that happen well. So here's the thing so it's not like clem house rican hand off. Unfortunately i hope they do get it to be that way at some point mike because there have been times or i've hosted or someone else is hosting and maybe your internet cuts out or your phone freezes up..
"twitter" Discussed on Talking Tech
"Remember fleets feature available on twitter peg to piggyback off. The success of apps like snapchat by allowing users to share text updates photos video. Whatever they wanted that then disappeared in twenty four hours while it's gone. It's no more on wednesday twitter bid farewell to fleets due to the lack of new user engagement. You could say it's time on twitter was fleeting. I mean i'm a dad. I had to put a dad joke in there. I'm sorry a twitter. I rolled out the feature last november and as of last month twitter confirmed it was shutting it down now it was originally launched in an effort to attract new users to the platform who did have an interest in tweeting. What happened though was it was mostly used by regular twitter users. Who were already tweeting. Because they wanted to amplify their own tweets and talk with other people that are using twitter all the time. Eliot brown twitter set a product said in a blog post the social media platform will attempt to incorporate features from the composer that was used to create fleets such as the full screen camera. Text formatting options and gift stickers. This is actually something they've done before. Twitter has shut down big Things that they've added to the platform and then incorporated them into the broader picture. Later down the road for example when twitter dial back it's twitter moments feature that offered quote curated stories about what's happening around the world and quote. They ended up updating it and then they turned it into the export tap which you can use to see kind of what's going on in the twitter verse. There was also periscope the live video streaming app that shut down in march. But it's also a part of twitter's overall functionality. And you know it's obviously interesting to see twitter and all these other platforms experimenting with different features. It's also interesting to how snapchat has really been this big influence on a lot of the platforms out there. Remember stories snapchat stores were big thing and then every single app out there. One of their own stories feature facebook added it instagram at it. It's been very successful on instagram. You know we've seen twitter experiment with it obviously And tick tock now is kind of the new hot thing. We're seeing other Absence services kind of try to mimic what they do So that part's always fascinating. But i really am curious. What twitter does with these features and fleets in how it incorporates it. And that's obviously something we'll see over time What happens
"twitter" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"That you know. It's not called black twitter. I follow black folks on twitter. It's just called twitter for me right. So this is something coming up in conversations with people. I spoke with right like we didn't. They didn't call it black twitter. It was everybody that was outside of black twitter calling it black twitter and said what what's going on over there but i think over time vincent people embrace the name especially around twenty thirteen two thousand fourteen when the platform. There's like shit a small ship in the platform on what it's being used for. But i mean as with all things that you know. Black folks are online and the idea of blackness and black culture at eventually sort of gift. Just co-option becomes this other thing but i think black folks eventually over time. They embraced it and just kind of ran with it. And we'll talk about that shift in a minute because that's that's really interesting One of the people you talk to in your story talks about the early days of black twitter and just being like a hang right. It was a porch space. It was a place that you just went to like talk about jokes and maybe talk about celebrity news or something But it wasn't like they weren't the center of the conversation and then at some point it switch from a porch to a stage like you didn't just go there and hang out with your friends. You went there to be heard. You went through to say something that that you and you knew that it would be amplified. Yeah i think eventually a lot of people early on singer reminded them college and reminded them of a quad space right. Select an early days of twitter early so black twitter which two thousand eighteen thousand nine two thousand ten maybe up to two thousand thousand twelve. You have this. Very specific millennial set of people who are maybe ending highest score in in the early days of.
"twitter" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show
"Instagram stories. So when one tap illegally opens up your instagram stories in takes that tweet and places it right on the screen and you're ready to share it in stories. I love is easy. Try i played around with. It is really great. Does it look nice. Because you're right. It is not easy to put it into a story because the shape of it and everything right exactly that too. So yeah i mean i think this has been a great change. You know both over the years these platforms. Don't like playing nice with each other. It is is really to our debt. is like i mean people are going to sit here and take the screen shots is a lot of work doing this so they take in all of that out of the picture. Now just one tap your in and of course you can dress up more once you get in there if you want but it literally opens up your instagram stories in places at right on top this next one's kinda crazy more like a commentary on this right twitter's thinking about allowing you to only tweet to your friends this facebook. You know how you can post to facebook and say only friends. Public versus private kind of thing doesn't seem to be something that just totally against the open nature of twitter. What's your thoughts on this. Yes absolutely i mean. Twitter is all about public discussion and connecting with people all over. And if you're limited. I mean you can have your twitter account protected tweets or protected so only people that you allow in can see it but i always tell people what's the point of that especially as a marketer you you want to be able to tweet out to the world for kids. I can understand it right right right. They're thinking is that there might be some people that you know. They're juggling different kinds of content and some of it. They don't want it to be for everyone. You like on this stories how you can have it. Go out to just a group of friends. So i think they want to experiment to see. I don't see at work in personally. I don't see it being viable. But you know i give them kudos for wanting to try different things and having that dialogue appear things we're testing and see if it works fifteen second video ads. It sounds like are now available on twitter. Where would these show up like. How would this work helped me understand. This is a new thing. They've been testing when you're buying video ads for your account..
"twitter" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show
"Knowledge. Is it yes. It's part of the twitter app my understanding. Is he still in beta or the twitter app. Yes i mean if you have at least six hundred all hours you can host your own rooms. But if you don't have the six hundred followers anyone can go join in any room. That's going on at any time as a listener and you can be invited to be a speaker in a room. You just can't host okay. You have at least six hundred followers. All right we're going to move along here. Just quick announcement here. That twitter spaces is also allowing ticketed spaces which we don't really need to talk about but that's obviously going to enable you to sell tickets to exclusive experiences. I wanna talk about twitter. Blue real briefly and then i really wanted to get in to fleets so twitter blue is now officially rolled out but not everywhere. So where is it rolled out. And how does it work again. Just brief overview is been put out to australian candor right now because they're still testing it's a subscription service so for a fee twitter saying we'll give you extra features will let you do some extra things that you can't do at with a free account so they're trying this out to see if people are interested So what are the features being able to organize your bookmarks so bookmarks as a future where you can bookmark in each tweet whether your mobile or desktop a great feature and now they have like these folders so you can categorize them and make it easier. I don't think people are going to do it just for that. Because i don't even know very many people. That is a bookmark like crazy. But a lot of people i know. Tell me i don't use it. I didn't even know. I have that feature. There's an undue tweet features not edit tweet feature but they're calling undo or basically when you're doing a tweet composing tweet. There's this timer in there. That gives you different from what i've seen in these mockups of it were the max is thirty seconds but you have to on the front end pick timeframe.
"twitter" Discussed on Social Media Marketing Talk Show
"Below that it'll show you what they consider our top rooms and i imagine there's an algorithm at play here this just choosing popular rooms at any given moment so it's not necessarily anyone you follow just these random rooms. I'm hoping at some point. Might they connect that to the topics. Feature topics is a great feature. They don't talk about it much but it's a way to pick different things you see in your feed on twitter just based by different types of topics. We've discussed it on the show before. I will love them for to take that information and apply that when you're trying to discover new runs because how cool would it be if one of the things you put in topics is maybe bitcoin. Maybe something. you're interested right now or marketing. Social media marketing that things that relate to that which show up and be easy to discover in spaces. Sarah quick just so i understand. Once this rules out to everybody on twitter they'll be a new icon. That shows up in the bottom. What does it look like the top of your head. that's correct. yeah they're low icon. Which are these little little little triangular dot kind of thing. Exactly when you click on that what do you see. Do you see what looks like a bunch of tweets or did you see like a little bunch of rooms are what are they are spaces. Bunch of rooms is very pleasing to look at because it's a nice nice looking screen is just part of your twitter experience where two shows all these different rooms instead of at the top bar where you see fleets and spaces all jumbled together and you have to scroll across this. This is a vertical. Scroll which is what we're also used to doing so it makes it a little bit easier to scroll through and look to see what's going on and the beauty as you can always tap on any room you see and it doesn't fully opened up. It just opens up enough re conc- loose hosting who's speaking. How many people are there. Was the topic. Even though it shows you part of that in this discover ability tap. It shows you more once you open it but does not mean you're automatically listening and they see you got you have to do another tap to actually join in. Listen so recordings. Is this now available on all rooms or is this also just available to some people at this point just for host host room spaces first of all. There's a way to go access your data on twitter. Another little known thing that people don't really talk about on twitter. Bet you can go into your settings and privacy section and get to your data in there through the account and then your data and you can download all your data on twitter and what. They're doing now. Because i think a lot of us. We've all been saying to twitter. We like to be able to have a recording of our rooms now..
"twitter" Discussed on PTI
"On the board in the western conference finals. Paul georgia twenty seven fifteen in eight as the clips. Beat the suns in game. Three last night at staples. Patrick beverley played a strong defensive game on. Broken nose devon booker. Perhaps rusty chris. Paul frank clippers win. Make you see this series differently. If they could win game game four. I'll feel a lot differently. I give paul george a lot of credit because didn't shoot well but he's still made an impact on the game but we know this came down to chris. Paul and devon booker shooting a combined. Ten for forty. If you tell me they're going to do it in the next game then. Things are really going to get interesting but give tyler a lot of credit made in In series adjustments put a smaller quicker team out on the court. They did a really good job defensively. Who knows your guy chris. Paul was out a long time. Maybe that'll impact him devon booker. You can tell. I give him credit. He did not used broken nose as an excuse but there are times during the game michael. He's moving the mask. Wild play is going on with them in in game three. We'll see if it affects them in game for frank. I completely agree with all that analysis. Chris paul we figure it was gonna be rusty. Jeff van gundy said and he called it to the t- he said early is chris. Paul's chris paul later yes series but not probably tonight meaning last night. One hundred percent aced that piece of piece of analysis and booker. You know it's interesting. Because richard hamilton told them. You can't take this thing off on the bench you gotta use. Well he at one game to get used to a nice gonna practice today with that with on and he'll go through warm ups and be more accustomed to wearing it tomorrow. But but listen t lou a guy who may be the most underrated coach in professional basketball. He can get these teams ready. Kenny not are you talking about making adjustments people of course gone overboard now as star compared to bill parcells another one. I'm not bill parcells. I'm sorry to the to the other hoodie coach in new england. And so they're comparing him to to to build check. People can go crazy but who knows how to get a team ready frank. The clippers are tough tough physically and tough minded. And paul george put those to miss free throws behind him at least with that one game and he played a really really really good game last night. Yes i think. It's a different series. Remember the clippers should probably based on the way game to played out be up to one series and game. One was a two point. Game before booker slipped free on an imbalanced pass and got a dunk at the end of that game. So i mean the clippers have been right there for this entire series so far. Yeah that's to me. What was so impressive. You had that devastating loss in game. Two all paul george. Just make one free throw. And maybe you have a chance. So he misses both free throws and then the way that they defended that play the valley oop is a call and we also your reaction to it that is a crushing crushing loss. But they've been resilient group they were down to dallas. They were down two in the second round in utah. They find a way to get it done but to do it without kawhi. Leonard is not going to be easy if they could somehow somehow some way get three more wins in this series that is going to be as impressive as a run as you can get for a team. That doesn't have its best player. Michael they showed him on. Tv last night. He's sitting up in a luxury suite. They need him in uniform. And as you know they're probably not gonna get them no no doubt series of they didn't seem to be in the cards and by the way that is ultimately. What would change the narrative on paul. George yeah that is it. If you play without your best player and paul george becomes your best player. It helps rally that team and they got to the finals. That's i don't care what you did with. Ms free throws that changes if you could somehow advance a long way from that but this series is just one night after night becomes compelling an additional reason. That's why you need to win less by the way with beverley guarding him. You have devin. Book is four for fifteen and the last two games. Ten thirty five. I think chris. Paul devon booker will shoot better but at this continues you know what. Maybe the clippers actually have a chance. All right we have an intergenerational bad blood in the nba. How about this scottie. Pippen told that kevin durant didn't know how to play team basketball in the nets series loss to the bucks. He ended that lebron would have found a way to win. Durant of course responded on twitter. Saying didn't the great scottie. Pippen refused to go in a game for a last second shot because he was in his feelings when his co. chew up a play for a better shooter. All right michael who you backing in this beef. Neither not getting into this frank one. I'm too old to. I know kevin durant a little bit. Given of course is a star civically in my adopted hometown of of greater washington. Dc dmv Scottie pippin i have known longer and better. And he's the most to me the most underrated player in basketball in my lifetime. And maybe forever scottie. Pippen so i'm not getting into this. In some ways. I was around kevin some when he was younger and he has got it reminded me of each other and that they were both really shy and sort of grew out of that show. We can see we know scott has for a long time Kevin did to these these these social media things understand all the time and i like it. Enjoy both of them. I've worked with scotty. I'm still going to work with scottie. Scottie has said these things in this building in the studio. Which is where i wish. Instead these things they come off differently than if you do it to a magazine writer. And then kevin to social media. I'm not going to be drawn. I don't care enough about it the important things but let me just say that..
"twitter" Discussed on Techmeme Ride Home
"Twitter took the wrapping off its subscription service twitter blue this morning but only if you're in canada and australia for now pricing is three dollars. Forty nine cents per month. Canadian and four dollars and forty nine cents a month australian which suggests i think what a two dollars ninety nine cents a month price point for when it comes to the us although twitter did not say today when that might actually happen quoting cnbc. Twitter blue users will an undue tweet feature that allows them to set customizable timer of up to thirty seconds to take back a tweet if it needs to be fixed. The feature is not quite an edit button often requested by users but it will allow subscribers to preview what their tweets look like an adjust them before they're published other features include bookmark folders so users can organize tweets. They save a reader mode. That makes it easier to read. Long threads the option to customize the twitter by cons on their phones access to color themes for the twitter app and dedicated customer support and quote more details on those particulars from sarah peres in tech crunch. The bookmark folders option is designed to help. Twitter users organizers saved content collected through twitter's bookmarks feature introduced in early eighteen twitter's bookmarks give users a private way to save tweets for later reference. This is useful for those who want to read long form content at a later time or for those who want to save tweets without alerting others to that fact for example if the tweets being saved. Aren't those they would normally it. The heart icon. Perhaps because the user disagrees with the sentiment being expressed the bookmarks button. Lets them save the tweet. more privately. The folders feature will let users create sub folders for their bookmarks which are also color coded for easy at a glance access. And there's an ad bookmark button on the screen. So you can add a tweet. To the collection. From the bookmark section directly the new reader mode feature meanwhile may not be exactly what some users were expecting ahead of twitter blues launch twitter acquired. Scroll a distraction. Free reading service. That cleans up news articles by removing ads and other clutter for a better reading experience squirrels. Ceo tony hale then tweeted that the products features would be integrated into twitter subscription quote later in the year but twitter tells us that reader mode isn't correllated to any of the company's recent acquisitions including scroll and instead was built separately for the twitter blue offering for the time being at least reader mode is focused on making it easier to read through longer twitter threads basically an alternative to something like the third party app thread reader app. When you go into the tweet detailed view where it shows you. The full twitter thread twitter blue subscribers. We'll see a button. Which lets you change the screen. To show you long-form tax you can exit reader mode to see the threat as usual s for scroll twitter says the better reading experiences it brings to the platform will be incorporated into twitter blue later on. Finally there's twitter blues flagship feature undo tweet while not the edit button users really want it will allow you to quickly on send a tweet when you spot a typo other kind of mistake like forgetting to tag someone. For instance and quote.
"twitter" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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