Twitter began as an idea that Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey (@Jack) had in 2006. Dorsey had originally imagined Twitter as an SMS-based communications platform. Groups of friends could keep tabs on what each other were doing based on their status updates. Like texting, but not.
What was Twitter used for?
Twitter is an online news and social networking site where people communicate in short messages called tweets. Tweeting is posting short messages for anyone who follows you on Twitter, with the hope that your words are useful and interesting to someone in your audience.
Why you should not use Twitter?
It’s addictive. Like other social networks, checking Twitter can be addictive. It can become the activity you turn to habitually whenever you’re not occupied with something else. A Twitter addiction might not be as damaging as a drug addiction, but it’s a compulsion you don’t need in your life.
Is Twitter owned by Google?
Google has acquired most of Twitter’s developer products, including Fabric and Crashlytics – Vox.
Should I use my real name on Twitter?
A good username is the same, or similar to, your own name. … But if you do, be sure to include the names of anyone who handles the company Twitter account in the 160-character “Bio” text box on the Settings page for your Twitter profile.
Twitter is a little trickier for this, not least because it’s considered by many to be the most toxic of all the social media platforms, and in the Hedeonometer, which has been measuring the average happiness of Twitter users since 2009, recorded 2020 as the saddest year on record.