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07 CURRENT TWITTER VS. FUTURE TWITTER

FIGHTING TO WOO A NEW FLOCK WITHOUT SCATTERING THE OLD

Current users

PSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILE

Skittish. The Twitter faithful are prone to freak out over change—or even the specter of it (see #RIPTwitter)—which helps explain why the service has long evolved at a pace that’s leisurely by Internet standards.

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