More than any other, Twitter has proven its worth not just as a social network, but as a social utility. It's where news breaks, information is served and careers are launched – or destroyed. Of all the social apps and services people may check during the day, Twitter is unique in both its approach and presentation.
That's why it's disappointing to see the company flounder while the service is so useful. And nowhere is this more clear than in the company's newly released strategy statement – a bumbling mess of Silicon Valley jargon that is tone deaf, to say the least.
- John Oliver: Corporations On Twitter – YouTube
- "Twitter Sharpens Its Strategy To Win Over Investors" – WSJ.D
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- "Can the World Cup fix Twitter’s growth problem?" – Digiday
- Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton – Amazon.com
- "#Music" – Matt Dusenbury
- "New Twitter Search API Won't Be Available To Third-Party Clients" – Marco.org
- Episode 025: Twitter And Taylor – Exponent.fm
- "A Tale Of Two Social Networks" – Matt Dusenbury
- "Giving Up Gaming's Ghost" – Chris Domico