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I don't know about you, but I continue to use Twitter less and less these days. Which sucks, I love T
 
March 6 - Issue #51
M.G. Siegler
I don’t know about you, but I continue to use Twitter less and less these days. Which sucks, I love Twitter. But while I had hoped the Trump mania would have subsided by now, it has not.
Believe me, I like to be as informed about the current state of things as anyone. But I do that these days by reading The New York Times and The Economist daily and weekly, respectively. I don’t need all the incessant talking in circles and hot takes that Twitter offers. Nor do I want it shoved in my face in real time, all the time. 
So thank god for the new “mute” options Twitter unveiled last week. I don’t believe they’re live yet (at least not for me), but having granular options to mute certain keywords and/or people for set periods of time is great – exactly what I was looking for
Holding out hope that these tools make Twitter great again. 

5ish Links
Over the Moon
A Constant Rush of Hot Wind
Can YouTube TV Get You to Cut the Cord for $35 a Month?
The future of TV is much more interactive?
The Next iPhone Will Have a Curved Screen
Quick Hits
Bookstores Stoke Trump Resistance With Action, Not Just Words
The New York Times has found a home — in print! — for its journalists’ tweetstorms
Former President George W. Bush Levels Tacit Criticism at Trump
This Man Makes Founders Cry
500ish Words
Bundles of Bundles
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