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The PLUG.ME.IN App Aims To Bring Authenticity Back Into Social Networking

This company is committed to real-life social networking! Co-founders Ernest L. Dancy, the company’s CEO, and Ubong Ekpe, who serves as Chief Technology Officer, wanted to provide users with an app that takes the world back to connecting in a more authentic way. From there, the PLUG.ME.IN app was born. PLUG.ME.IN is a social networking app that is committed to a more personal, exclusive, and authentic alternative to the current social networking status quo. Instead, the platform focuses on a true connection between people whether meeting for the first time or for those who hang out on the regular.

Shanique Yates

Dec 23, 2021

Jack Dorsey Steps Down As Twitter's CEO, 'I'm Really Sad...Yet Really Happy'

Jack Dorsey announced on Twitter Monday that he is resigning as CEO of the social networking company after nearly 16 years. not sure anyone has heard but, I resigned from Twitter — jack (@jack) November 29, 2021 Dorsey has been leading Twitter in various roles since the social media giant was founded in 2006. He went from co-founder to CEO before being pushed out in 2008. Dorsey rejoined Twitter in 2011 as executive chair before taking over as CEO again in 2015. Twitter’s CTO Parag Agrawal has been named Dorsey’s successor, effective immediately, and Bret Taylor, Salesforce President, COO, and Twitter chairman, has been promoted to Twitter’s board chair. “I want you all to know that this was my decision, and I own it. It was a tough one for me, of course. I love this service and company…and all of you so much. I’m really sad…yet really happy,” Dorsey said in an email he shared on Twitter. “There aren’t many companies that get to this level. And there...

Michelai Graham

Nov 29, 2021

Twitter Tests Feature That Allows Users To Dislike Replies

Twitter is about to get messy! According to Complex, the social media platform has announced that it will test a “dislike” button in order to improve conversations held on the platform. Chatter about the new feature began on July 21 after select users began to receive messages from Twitter that confirmed that they could now dislike or “downvote” tweet replies. The company also reassured users that their downvotes would be totally anonymous and not visible to the public. On the other hand, Twitter says that this feature will help them to “understand what people think is valuable to the conversations.” More details were provided by the Twitter Support account which said that only select iOS users would be able to view the option for “upvotes” and “downvotes” which currently are displayed as “likes.” “Some of you on iOS may see different options to up or down vote on replies,” read the tweet. “We’re testing this to understand the types of replies you find relevant in a convo, so we can...

Shanique Yates

Jul 22, 2021