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Von: Matt

Tue, 07 Apr 2009 02:17:25 +0000

I do think it's fair to complain. Our time is valuable. If Twitter markets itself as a quick and easy way to keep in touch and I have to refresh and retry several times to accomplish one simple task, it is not worth our time. When what is promised does not match what is delivered, users have the right to complain - even if it's free.



Von: Roland Hachmann

Fri, 27 Mar 2009 20:37:12 +0000

I think twitter is already on its way of doing that. I read a few posts on german websites about that. Also, I read that they are adding premium functionalities which you can get when paying a premium fee. However, there isn't any information yet, what these premium functionalities will be...



Von: Andrea

Thu, 26 Mar 2009 21:52:15 +0000

Why doesn't Twitter try something new and have voluntary sponsorship for accounts. Similar to Livejournal Plus accounts in that you have advertising on the page for more services free. Yes, Twitter is free, but so is just about every other social networking tool worth using, so if they want to stay usable, they'll have to improve performance. This means, bring in advertisers so the service can stay free and also improve with the new cashflow.



Von: Twitter Brainstorming Beats Second Brain | The Other Bloke's Blog

Thu, 29 May 2008 17:10:07 +0000

[...] has now come clean on its technical problems. Roland Hachmann is surprised that we complain about Twitter’s failures when it’s free. However it might appear that powerful [...]



Von: Twitter Brainstorming Beats Second Brain | The Other Bloke's Blog

Thu, 29 May 2008 17:10:07 +0000

[...] has now come clean on its technical problems. Roland Hachmann is surprised that we complain about Twitter’s failures when it’s free. However it might appear that powerful [...]