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The more I think about this platform the more I think it’s going to fail. 

The primary thrust is that it fixes problems inherent in Twitter, which was the main idea behind App.net. Different problems, but the same ethos.

It also has the same initial lack of users and the sam demographic of mostly tech nerds. Granted, that’s how both Twitter and Facebook started, but if anyone actually knew the secret sauce to go viral, it’d have been done already more than the once. 

My prediction is that tech nerds will be declaring it irrelevant within 18 months. 

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I think if this platform is going to succeed... it'll need some blue in the icon. #notasetup

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So here’s the problem. Where are all the aviation journalists, pilots, musicians, and select software/service companies that I follow on Twitter and who do not contribute to the garbage fire over there? 

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When I was a Facebook user, friends and family thought it was dumb and a waste of time. Now they’re users, I think it’s dumb and a waste of time. I wonder if Twitter is going the same way...?

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Obligatory first post. I wonder whether... hope that it will... last longer than Diaspora.

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