Twitter is dying

No it isn’t. Slowing growth isn’t the same as dying.

No it isn’t. Slowing growth isn’t the same as dying – see Yahoo Meme, Microsoft Socl, and Google Plus for what social death means.

Things have changed on Twitter in the eight years I’ve been using it. What doesn’t change over the decades? Aside from Maggie Smith, Julie Walters, Judi Dench, and Cher.


I hope you’ll talk to me on Twitter. I hope you’ll tweet more. I hope you’ll work out loud or share your interests.

Painting credit: The Whale Beached between Scheveningen and Katwijk, with Elegant Sightseers, by Esaias van de Velde.

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