Birdseye is a less distracting way to catch up on your favorite Twitter follows. Rather than constantly checking your Twitter feed or turning on tweet notifications to hear what your favorite people have to say, Birdseye enables you to subscribe to accounts and receive organized Twitter content on a daily or weekly basis.
The way it works is simple. Sign in with your Twitter account and select accounts you enjoy hearing from. You will then receive their content in a formatted email organized by tweets, replies and retweets either daily or weekly. You can either create one big newsletter for all the accounts you selected, or create one newsletter per person. Up to you. 😃
January 17, 2021
At this point the 😡 Administration is like a balloon you’ve blown up and then release: as the air quickly leaves it, it flies wildly around the room, making a long loud farty noise, before shortly dropping into a flaccid squib
Good thread on the most rewarding way to use Twitter.
Twitter has made a huge positive impact on my life. Lots of people complain about it, so I wanted to write some notes about how I use it. Love to hear others' strategies too.
Yesterday I had a fascinating conversation with some very nice people who genuinely thought ‘big tech’ took down Parler because people were using it to argue about the election. They hadn’t see any of this, from AWS’s filing. This is why they took down Parler.
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