The New York Times’ story today, “How to Fix Twitter for Free in Under Two Minutes,” starts with an anecdote.
And, it seems, the author of the story is quite interested in telling it.
But the anecdote he’s sharing about Twitter’s free-for-all is actually from 2011, when Twitter had just been launched.
Twitter is a giant platform that’s the backbone of a number of web services.
It allows users to communicate in a way that’s much faster than text messaging, and it provides a lot of useful features like live tiles and other features that you wouldn’t find on the other platforms.
It also allows users with a wide variety of skills to participate in the process of getting their message out to as many people as possible.
This is a lot like the web in 2012, and Twitter was starting to feel like a place where it could really get big.
So, it was one of the first big companies that was going to get a lot bigger.
The New Yorker article goes on to tell the story of a developer who got frustrated with Twitter and left in frustration.
This was around the time that the platform’s new head, Dick Costolo, was stepping down as CEO of Twitter.
Twitter had been going through some bad publicity in the last few years, and the story started with this article in The New Republic that suggested that Twitter was a tool for child pornographers.
Costolo himself had made a comment in an internal email about the pedophilia allegations, and he decided to fire Costolo.
So Costolo left Twitter, and a few months later, a new CEO, Dick Parsons, took over.
Parsons, who had been the president of marketing at Twitter at the time, was also the co-founder of the social network.
Parsons was also an architect and a developer of Twitter itself, so he was a big player in the space.
And he decided he was going do a better job than Costolo at fixing things.
Parsons had built the site from scratch, and Parsons had a team of people that were really smart.
They did a really good job of looking at Twitter’s architecture and how they could make it better.
And Parsons went out and bought Twitter and built it out of the ground.
Parsons also had a different philosophy.
He thought the best way to fix things was to have a company that had the power to create its own software and make it available for the free market.
So he went out to the startup world and started a company called New York Post, which he later sold for $1 billion.
Parsons went on to buy a number in the startup community, including The New Urbanist.
He sold that to BuzzFeed, and that’s where the story begins.
Parsons and Costolo were going to make a better Twitter, Parsons said.
And it would be a free-form platform.
And they were going do that by offering a free service.
And the thing that was really cool about that is, it wasn’t just an offering for people to use.
It was a free market for people.
So people were free to create the service.
Parsons said the original goal was for Twitter to be a place that people could find a way to interact with each other, to have an interactive experience.
But Parsons said he didn’t think the service was going into the mainstream.
He was concerned about the perception that the company was somehow doing bad things.
He told his team that the goal was to create an easy-to-use and free service that people would be able to use and that was a much more valuable product than it might seem at first.
The article goes into a lot more detail about the free-market mentality that Parsons had about Twitter.
And what Parsons didn’t realize at the start was that he had a great opportunity there.
There are a number companies that are building similar services that are really free to use, and they’re all pretty big companies.
You can see this in the chart below.
The chart shows how Twitter’s market share grew from its early days, when it was basically just a niche service.
You have Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and AOL.
Today, it’s a much bigger company.
It has more than 400 million monthly active users.
It’s worth noting that Google’s share of the market is about as big as Facebook’s share is today.
The reason Google dominates the market today is because of its ad-blocking and censorship programs.
But at the same time, Google’s market shares are not going to go down in the next five years.
That’s because of the dominance of Facebook and other companies that offer similar services.
The same thing is true for Twitter.
Parsons is a big proponent of free-and-open systems.
Parsons thought that free-to.
If you had an interesting service, you could build something around it.
So when he said that Twitter could do a good job, he was talking about free- and open-source.
Parsons made this point about what free-software advocates like to call open source