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Jack Dorsey’s “Twitter Killer,” Explained [Video]

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Jack Dorsey’s “Twitter Killer,” Explained

Bluesky is a proposed decentralized social media network created by Jack Dorsey, the former CEO of Twitter. Here’s the breakdown:

Decentralized: Unlike traditional platforms like Twitter or Facebook, Bluesky wouldn’t be controlled by a single company. It aims to give users more control over their data and experiences.
Text-based: Similar to Twitter’s earlier days, Bluesky focuses on text posts with a character limit.
Federated design: Imagine different social media apps functioning under the Bluesky umbrella, allowing users to connect and interact across these platforms.
Open-source: The underlying technology behind Bluesky is built on open-source code, meaning anyone can see how it works and contribute to its development.

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