The calculus of my support of Twitter, however, has changed.

Twitter started to put much-demanded features behind its low paywall, including an edit button. For some folks, that was a draw.

However, it felt like Twitter wasn’t taking existing capabilities and putting them in a walled garden. Instead, the service was making new stuff aimed at a more niche audience, charging for incremental functionality. That did not bother me in the least.

I’m not really in the mood to finance your vanity project by Alex Wilhelm originally published on TechCrunch