After @jack, can Twitter stay less evil than Facebook?

After @jack, can Twitter stay less evil than Facebook?

Eons ago, in 2010, a hugely successful movie about Mark Zuckerberg co-founding Facebook hit theaters. At the same time, a parody version of the Social Network trailer was a hit on YouTube. The parody imagined how dumb the picture would be if it was about Twitter instead, a relatively tiny and floundering company that Zuckerberg was then referring to as a “clown car.” Surely a Twitter movie would be little more than celebrities tweeting about their breakfast while some founder guy — then not even famous enough to be named — roamed the halls screaming “hashtags!”?But by the time Jack Dorsey stepped down as CEO of Twitter in November 2021, it was clear that he, not Zuckerberg, was the owner of the most dramatic narrative arc in social media history. A shy programmer and would-be fashion designer, ousted by Ev Williams in a boardroom coup in 2008, Dorsey reinvented himself

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