Twitter needs to fix its major weakness: harassment

Why, after ten years, is Twitter still so broken?

27th March, 2016
Imagine how much more revolutionary Twitter could be if they actually built an architecture to reduce harassment?

Britain’s National Environment Research Council (NERC) has decided to allow the public to help name its new £200 million polar research vessel. So far, the crowdsourced options include: RRS David Attenborough, RRS Henry Worsley, and the leader, by a significant margin, Boaty McBoatface. Ultimately, the decision will be made by NERC, who set up the poll to generate interest in the new vessel, but the public has spoken, and wants the future of scientific research...

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