Stephen Downes

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It also launched in new Zealand, Canada and Australia. To me the major feature isn't the 'undo tweet' option (after all, 'delete' has worked for ages) but rather access to ad-free verions of news content (but you still have to pay for the subscription, so again, who cares). Other services like bookmark folders seem to resemble what I've been using in RSS readers for some time now. If Twitter weren't so toxic I would consider subscribing, but why would I contribute to a platform that has spent the last decade weaponizing hate? I've always liked the potential of Twitterm but to me, right now, that's the deal-breaker. But if this doesn't bother you, here's a guide to the features.

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