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"All good things must come to an end"
I am not sure I feel comfortable writing that since I was never a fan of twitter. I do, however, understand the significant role that it has had in influencing our current tech world. I mean everything has a hashtag (#ihatehashtags), and people think all content should be under 140 characters (#icantreadfortoolong). But now is Twitter's end at hand? For all you optimists:

Twitter’s C.E.O., Dick Costolo, Is Set to Exit

The man who had led Twitter for the last 5 years has stepped down after yet another bad quarter for the social media giant. This comes after 2015 Q1 reports show diminishing user base, and having changed all of Twitter's leadership last year. Now he is leaving, and leaving it in the hands of Jack Dorsey, founder and former CEO of Twitter.
So why leave all the cash of being the CEO of such a major social media site? Simple: He got tired of all the complaining.
- He had grown tired of people second guessing all his moves.
- He had grown tired of all of Wall Street pressuring his moves
- He had grown tired of failing to continuously innovate Twitter (or at least be reminded of it)
I'm guessing he felt a little something like this..... Wouldn't you?
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can't honestly say that I'm sad to see it decline.
@nicolejb they tried many things, God knows they tried many different things... They just never stuck the landing (get it? Lol... Nevermind lol)
@vinmccarthy I'm not either but it's definitely weird that something that had such a huge effect on our lives is now slowly dying...
once again it shows the Facebook is better. time to put Twitter on the box that MySpace is in
@LadyExperiment maybe one day vingle will do that to places like tumblr