It might be called biting the hand that feeds you, attacking a service you are using. Some would say it is calling the kettle black; Jason Golberg’s own company Fab has had to lay off workers in the hundreds, שמג to change its business model. He was even in talks to put itself up for sale. But others would say Goldberg has a right to complain about twitter, on twitter, even in a 44 tweet rampage, because he is a shareholder of the company, which has shed 47% of its value since last year.
Goldberg tweeted, according to reCode, “Twitter shouldn’t be monetizing it’s (sic) users. It should be monetizing usage.” In other words, Twitter shouldn’t strive to be too much like Facebook, because it is fundamentally different. The main difference is that Twitter is a great way to get a message or an image from “one to many.”
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He had a note to Twitter’s management, “Sell yourself to Google.”