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    • Their current business model benefits from a never ending stream of content going through your home timeline. The Twitter algorithm for my home timeline even shows me tweets from people I don’t follow because several of my followers LIKED the tweet—no retweets required.

      They’ve also been extremely successful in creating a culture where your goal is to constantly want more followers and to get more likes and retweets of your content.

      I have over 1,500 followers on Twitter and was guilty of having these goals: I was gaining an average of 50 new followers a month until I decided to step off that treadmill.

      So it will be interesting to see how radically they change the platform: maybe they’ll expand their character length to 500 characters like Mastodon, to increase social conversations.

    • Yeah that's a good system! I haven't created my own conversation on here that requires me to interact with that part of Cake. It feels like it's a social media for blog posts (if that makes sense).

    • These fly on the wall moments between two icons are always intriguing to observe. Replace Elon Musk with Henry Ford and DeGraase Tyson with Einstein and you’re now reminded of what an incredible world we live in compared to the pre-internet age of our grandparents.

    • Can you imagine if we can attract a big enough audience someday to get Elon Musk and Neil deGrasse Tyson having a conversation on a Cake panel? I always wanted to see that with Tyson and Hawking.