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Twitter to Curate Your Timeline

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Oct 17, 2014, 7:17 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Twitter today announced a change to its service that will, in effect, add tweets to users' timelines from people they don't follow. Twitter has since the beginning allowed users to pick who they follow, leaving people in complete control of their timeline and experience. Twitter now believes that users are missing out on tweets they might find interesting. "Testing indicated that most people enjoy seeing Tweets from accounts they may not follow, based on signals such as activity from accounts you do follow, the popularity of the Tweets, and how people in your network interact with them," explained Twitter. Beginning today, users can expect to see curated tweets in their timeline that come from accounts they don't actively follow.



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Oct 18, 2014, 3:47 AM


THIS IS BS!!! They are going to sell us out to advertisers just like Facebook.
Without paying for an app, the expectation is that the company will find other ways to stay profitable, I just wish they were up front and cut the ****, "Hey we need money, so expect those adds to pop up in your news feed, sorry guys but this is free ...
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