“RIPTwitter" is trending on Twitter.Naturally, everyone who complained about the platform being a hellsite are gushing about the joy it brought to their lives and how much they will miss it.
That's pure Twitter for you. Fortunately, Twitter is not going to die today or tomorrow.( But there's a decent chance it'll go dark for a while at least on Sunday, when the start of the World Cup sparks a surge of tweets from around the globe.Twitter is now running with a skeleton crew.
After half the company was let go a two weeks ago, hundreds more left the firm on Thursday night after Elon Musk set a deadline for remaining staff to agree to “extremely hardcore” conditions or take three months severance.
Many took the latter.It's unclear exactly how many of Twitter's original 7,500-strong workforce remain. A reporter from Fortune tweeted that 75% of its remaining 3,700 staff had quit, while according to the Verge, about 2,900 staff have stayed behind.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com