TEC187: Big changes are coming to Twitter, one of the big social networks. Dom Bettinelli, Fr. Cory Sticha, and Joanne Mercier discuss what the changes mean to the average user and even what it means to those who don’t use the network.
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Links for this episode:
- Elon Musk Pulling Engineers From Tesla Autopilot to Work on Twitter
- Twitter begins rolling out $7.99 Twitter Blue plan with verification, fewer ads | TechCrunch
- Week Two of Musk’s Twitter Brings Reversals on Check Marks, Jobs – Bloomberg
- Musk: Twitter monetization can beat YouTube’s, will allow longer posts | Fortune
- Twitter users jump to Mastodon – but what is it? – BBC News
- New Mac app wants to record everything you do—so you can “rewind” it later [Updated] | Ars Technica
- Netflix sets $7 monthly price for its ad-supported service
- Netflix password-sharing crackdown will roll out globally in ‘early 2023’ — and here’s how it could work – The Verge
- California Legalizes Digital License Plates, With $1,100 Price Tag – Bloomberg
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