I'm excited that beginning tomorrow, if I see a tweet from a celebrity or company I've heard of, I will have to click through to their profile, check their follower count, and scroll through 10 more of their most recent tweets to try to make an educated guess if it's really them
Say what you will about Elon, but it is truly impressive to be so uncool to your very core that despite every potential resource on the planet at your disposal you still make a service so spectacularly lame that guys who make 50 mil a year will make a point not to give you $8
11) Tonight is another test of that resilience. While a lot of web3 stuff has proven nonsense, the underlying principle that creators should have ownership in the consumer facing platforms that their content powers is still a vibrant idea, one most creators passionately believe.
1) As someone who was (briefly) in charge of the Twitter Media team - the group tasked with getting high profile people onto Twitter, and verification - AND as one of the few ever to voluntarily give up the blue check, I want to try to articulate how risky this policy change is.
Well, the mask is off, if it was ever really on. As I predicted, the TikTok ban has evolved into blatant censorship of the internet. Let's talk about it. Big rant incoming, but if you enjoy continuing to have even some semblance of personal freedom, you're gonna wanna listen
When inspecting Bing requests, I noticed an endpoint being used for Office 365 communications. As it turns out, Bing is allowed to issue Office tokens for any logged-on user. I quickly crafted an XSS payload utilizing this functionality, tested it on myself, and it worked!
Microsoft: We have world class AI research
Google: We have world class AI research
Meta: We’re one or two steps behind in AI research
Apple: We’re not talking, but we have a bunch of AI research
Amazon: You bought a toilet seat last week, do you want a toilet seat this week?