Why I Have a Love-Hate Relationship With TwitterMathew Ingram
We’ve been writing a lot at GigaOM lately about different aspects of Twitter’s ongoing evolution—including the way the company is trying to control more and more of its network and the content that flows through it (so it can monetize all that attention more easily), as well as the tension between that desire for control and the company’s commitment to the principle of free speech. But we haven’t written a lot about how those changes are affecting us as users of Twitter, or what we think of where the company’s evolution is taking it, so I decided to try and put some of those thoughts into a post. And what I realized is that after more than five years on the network, I have a classic love-hate relationship with it.
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