ten years on Twitter

So, today it's been ten years.
I recall the feeling when Twitter was new. Open, global dialogue. As a user, I was in control. There were no curating algorithms adding unwanted content - promoted tweets, "while you were away" and such nonsense. My feed was mine, simple as that. I'd be happy to pay for a subscription and get rid of the noise. Would you?

I've learned so much there, built a network, found inspiration.

Most of the magic is gone, but for lack of a viable alternative I will be hanging on. Will you?

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