from the commendable feedback division
This week our first place winner for the insightful aspect is Rocky with a protracted, structured response to a grievance about our Twitter protection:
“Offending!? You could need to gossip about one-minute outages and lead readers to deduce that Twitter’s collapse is imminent.”
A fast seek for “twitter interruption” provides some fascinating outcomes, listed below are a few of them:
* Twitter again after two-hour outage affected tweets – BBC Information
* Twitter outages have an effect on customers worldwide: WSJ
* Twitter timelines stopped working this morning – The Verge
* Twitter down, social community suffers outage as a result of customers cannot entry timelines – NY Put up
* Twitter down for over an hour worldwide – The Guardian
From the above we are able to criticize their unhealthy arguments:
* Main media websites world wide reported outages usually are not “gossip”: Lie #1. #1
* Main outages world wide for a few hours usually are not “one minute outages” – Lie #. #2
*There have been 4 giant outages to date this 12 months which were broadly reported, conserving in thoughts that along with the above, any reader of TD or another web site reporting on Twitter can infer that the service is continually degrading, not that it’s a collapse. “imminent” – lie #3
Conclusion: You simply made some dishonest shit up.
“Whereas avoiding the opposite web censorship headlines just like the plague.”
That is an article about Twitter interruptions, not what you would possibly assume is essential. In case you assume one thing is essential sufficient to report, you possibly can submit a narrative or begin your personal web site. You could possibly have additionally added the tales you have been referring to, however contemplating what you stated I am going to simply chalk it as much as fabulation or some silly whining tales the place some idiots complain that they bought banned for being idiots.
Second, it is an nameless touch upon our Twitter submit that misses the transparency stories and our declare that it “does not construct belief, it breeds a cult of ignorant idiots”:
Whereas I do not know Musk personally, from what I’ve seen, I think he does not see the distinction between the 2.
For Editor’s Selection on the insightful aspect, we begin with a remark from mick in regards to the rising assaults on NY Instances vs. Sullivan:
It is hysterical that DeSantis (and Trump!) need to kill off the SCOTUS resolution that Fox is utilizing as 100% of its protection within the Dominion case.
No Sullivan, no protection. ha ha ha
Under is a nerdage responding to the Texas invoice banning websites that supply abortion data:
Oh actually? let’s recap
The goal websites are:
(E) justthepill.com; and
Cross it on, pals. Streisand impact ftw.
On the enjoyable aspect, our first-place winner is Stephen T. Stone, pondering the query of whether or not Musk and his staff can proper the rickety Twitter ship:
If I have been a gambler, I might wager on Musk. Okay, I might wager it could fail, however I might nonetheless wager on it.
Second, pbryan returns to the submit about Twitter transparency (or the rising lack thereof):
Twitter and Musk couldn’t instantly be reached for remark.
For an Editor’s Choose for the enjoyable aspect, we begin with an nameless touch upon the Florida Republican Get together’s newest assault on free speech:
The Florida Republican Get together appears confused
I believed they have been arguing that we had a First Modification proper to see the president’s son’s penis.
They then argue that we do not have a First Modification proper to make enjoyable of a child who wears a purple hat.
Now they’re arguing that bloggers don’t have a First Modification proper to be nameless.
Get it, Florida.
Lastly, it is Anathema Gadget with a touch upon the dismissal of the defamation swimsuit of the CEO of one other coal firm:
All coal mine house owners are bastards.
That is all for this week, of us!
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