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  • Twitter forgot about dead people, pauses plan to release inactive accounts
    Twitter forgot about dead people, pauses plan to release inactive accounts

    Twitter forgot about dead people. 

    The social media giant awkwardly copped to that fact late Wednesday morning with a tweet admitting that, perhaps, its recently announced plan to free up inactive accounts for new registration may not have been entirely thought through. Specifically, the company admitted to overlooking the impact such a process might have on accounts that once belonged to the dearly departed. 

    "We’ve heard you on the impact that this would have on the accounts of the deceased," wrote the company. "This was a miss on our part."  

    We’ve heard you on the impact that this would have on the accounts of the deceased. This was a miss on our part. We will not be removing any inactive accounts until we create a new way for people to memorialize accounts.

    — Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) November 27, 2019 Read more...

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  • Someone hired Mark McGrath and Anthony Scaramucci to break up with their boyfriend on Cameo
    Someone hired Mark McGrath and Anthony Scaramucci to break up with their boyfriend on Cameo

    A man named Brayden has had a rollercoaster of a past few days. Bad news: His relationship ended. Good news: Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath broke the news. Better news: Anthony Scaramucci broke the news, too, and the whole thing is probably an enormous prank.

    A video has been circulating on Twitter that allegedly shows Mark McGrath (of Sugar Ray) breaking up with Brayden on Cheyenne's behalf via Cameo, the app where users can pay celebrities to send personalized video messages to their contacts. Each celebrity charges a different rate. McGrath's (as in, the guy from Sugar Ray) is $100 per video.

    McGrath seems a little — just a little — uncomfortable with sending a breakup video, but he manages the emotional complexity of the situation pretty well. He even draws a parallel between Brayden's relationship and his own marriage, which is a weird move but also quite sweet.  Read more...

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  • 20 Thanksgiving horror stories from Twitter to stress you out before the big day
    20 Thanksgiving horror stories from Twitter to stress you out before the big day

    Thanksgiving dinner is high-stakes. It's labor-intensive. And people have a lot of opinions about it. Basically, it's a recipe for disaster.

    As home cooks across the country prepare their fridges for this year's feast, stories of Thanksgiving dinners gone wrong are also popping up on Twitter. Take them as funny anecdotes or serious warnings, but please take that Pyrex off the stove and don't forget to defrost the turkey this year.

    Thought I’d somehow forgotten to order most of the ingredients I needed for thanksgiving cooking. Turns out my husband just forgot to get any of them out of his trunk 7 hours ago. Botulism here we come!

    — Toulouse and Tonic (@toulouseNtonic) November 21, 2018 Read more...

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  • Facebook will now let brands choose exactly where their ads will show
    Facebook will now let brands choose exactly where their ads will show

    Facebook made a move to calm advertiser fears as the company continues to deal with the fallout from its political ad policies.

    On Wednesday, Facebook announced an array of new test features specifically aimed at protecting brands on the social network. These tools were created to help companies wield more control over where their ads run.

    Most important are publisher whitelists. Advertisers will now be able to tell Facebook exactly what sites, videos, and apps it feels comfortable running ads on.

    Facebook previously allowed advertisers to create block lists, letting the social media giant know which content it does not want to run ads on. However, it's nearly impossible to list every video and app an advertiser wouldn’t want to associate with. This makes things simpler for advertisers, and lets them be more proactive. The whitelist covers Facebook advertising on third-party apps and in-video ads. The company also announced a whitelist for content-specific videos as well. Read more...

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  • Twitter lets some lucky users schedule tweets on desktop
    Twitter lets some lucky users schedule tweets on desktop

    Twitter is testing a new tool for select users. Unfortunately, it's not an edit button.

    On Wednesday, Twitter took to its own platform to announce a new scheduling feature on desktop.

    In the GIF below, the new tool looks pretty straight forward. Craft your tweet, tap on the icon with the three dots, and select Schedule Tweet. Then, choose the date and time you want the tweet to go live, tap Continue followed by Schedule, and you're all set.

    Tweet scheduling on https://t.co/8FModRv1sl? Yes please! Starting today, we’re experimenting with bringing one of @TweetDeck’s handiest time-saving features into Twitter. Tell us what you think if you’re part of the experimentpic.twitter.com/4pI9xrbPEP

    — TweetDeck (@TweetDeck) November 20, 2019 Read more...

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