Well said Dewald! You've captured exactly how I feel about this. On Apr 13, 12:07 am, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > Not only do we feel entitled, we ARE entitled to an open and honest > explanation when open and honest communication is offered and promised > to us. > > There are two possible paths to follow: > > a) Give us spin, and don't promise open and honest communication. > > b) Promise us open and honest communication, and give us exactly that, > not spin. > > Those are the two paths that do not undermine credibility, because > then we know what to expect, and we get what we expect. > > On Apr 12, 10:34 am, notinfluential <notinfluent...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > On Apr 12, 2:44 am, Jason Rundell <jason.rund...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > When will Twitter answer: 1) Why did Twitter acquire Tweetie? 2) What > > > is Twitter planning to do with Tweetie? > > > Since when does Twitter owe you or any of us any sort of explanation > > for their business practices? > > > Lemme get this straight. Twitter is FREE. The Twitter API is public, > > well documented, and FREE. Our privilege is to build tools and > > businesses on top of Twitter's FREE services. Twitter doesn't want a > > cut of your business. They don't require approval of your apps. But > > for some reason you (and others) feel entitled to an explanation, or > > details somehow outlining their strategy and practices? > > > The tone of this group never ceases to amaze me. Get back to coding > > and building cool stuff. > > > @notinfluential
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