Just hit the subscribe button already, but if you need some coercing, here are some good reasons for you:
1. All the action in tech happens on Twitter
Twitter is the modern-day watering hole or salon (see 18th century France) where the world’s greatest minds come to share ideas, announcements, and dank memes. There is no place like it.
Just a few examples of things that go down on Twitter:
Paul Graham suggesting that non-profit directors are all probably psychopaths
Snoop Dogg deciding to do a collab with Calm meditation app
VC analysts summarizing S1s with emojis
Naval Ravikant sharing wisdom as insightful as HH the Dali Lama on the reg
2. You’re missing out (FOMO)
Everyone tells you constantly that you NEED to get on Twitter. Let’s make no mistake here, you NEED to get on Twitter. Seriously.
That said, you won’t get on Twitter. I get it.
3. Don’t miss out
Tech Twitter TLDR is a weekly newsletter that summarizes everything that went down on Twitter so you don’t have to miss out anymore. Everything is linked back to Twitter so you can jump right in the action if you want to.
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