You don't agree with my liberalism? You must be a white supremacist neo-nazi. You don't support Trump? You must be an anti-democratic, unpatriotic fake-news-reading libtard. Do these extremes sound familiar? While MySpace died from a lack of technical evolution to their platform, Twitter is dying from abuse. Just thought I'd open up a discussion as to the importance of (perhaps 'hiring' and 'firing') moderators, and how Narrative might try to avoid the negativity trap that Twitter has fallen...
@Michael - the lack of abuse is what makes Quora so good. The moderation there has managed to weed out almost all of the abuse and a lot of the snark. This raises the level of quality remarkably by encouraging those who are there for real exchanges to stick around and participate more, but also, it simply allows the quality to shine because it isn't mired with a sea of insults and obtuseness.
I am currently writing an article and it would be extremely helpful if it was possible to embed tweets. I've looked around but haven't seen any way to do this. I feel like this is an important feature going forward. Screenshots are a work around but doesn't suffice in my opinion. For example if wanting to link to a tweet thread, screenshotting would mess up the layout and feel of the entire article.
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