Why Twitter & WordPress’s Use Of Gnip.com Is Like Drunken Pedophiles At Your Child’s Playground

I have reconsidered my position WordPress and Twitter after going back through Douglas Rushkoff’s manifesto on proper application of media trust in digital spaces, “Program or be Programmed”. My reasoning rests more or less on both companies’s involvement with gnip.com. Now, to be fair, Twitter purchased gnip.com back in 2014, so they own that company Read the full article…

Twitter The Company Suffering Low Self-Esteem Issues???

Twitter’s dynamic design of text messaging application style dimensions makes it feel like a text messaging application. Along with context collapse– that is, the feeling we get when we realize we do not know who we are talking to when we make Youtube videos or Twitter updates– the Twitter experience can be daunting. As individuals Read the full article…

Asylum’s Relationship With Facebook & Twitter

Ultimately, the greatest magnetism compelling my continued usage of Twitter is its amazing ability to attach to networks with little to no barriers. The danger in that, of course, is that those attachments tend to want to maintain that relationship via Twitter. This is known as network effects. Our bond as a power is only Read the full article…

The Six Unavoidable Principles Of Twitter Beyond Twitter

“I’m not telling you something you don’t already know/Personal or business/You got to know who your friends is…”– Eightball, “Friend or Foe”   I have for the most part of my writing career held on to the notion that all forms of writing are simply conversations extended through time. Although, a written piece may have Read the full article…