Disillusioned by Twitter no longer trying to fix elections by covering up inconvenient truths and no longer banning people for disagreeing with the party policy?
Use the Chinese Communist Party's Twitter knockoff instead.
( obviously )
Chinese short video platform TikTok announced yesterday it will offer text-based content – a feature that mimics capabilities of various other social media sites, including what is formerly known as Twitter, Meta's Threads and even Instagram. "Creators have been able to make content on TikTok across a variety of formats – from …
Government employes have nothing to do on Tik Tok or any other non-governmental service with their government-issued hardware and software.
Why is that such an issue ?
The only problem is that government agencies aren't capable of locking down their software properly.
Go work for a bank and see if you can access Tik Tok on your company profile.
Go ahead, I dare you.
I hate it when you look for instructions for something and all you can find is a Youtube video. There are some cases where video instruction is genuinely better. A picture being worth 1,000 words, and all that. But when you need technical data or organised / complex information, a video doesn't cut it.
Ugg! This modern text thingy will never catch on! Just like I said about that fire thingy. "Ooh but it keeps us so warm." As next door used to go on-and-on about to everyone who'd listen. Which is all very well until you set fire to your bearskin leotard...
If you can't get your point across by shouting "Ugg!" and hitting people over the head with clubs, then you're not trying hard enough! It was good enough for Grandad, and it's good enough for us!
Now where did I put that wheel thingymajig? I've got to review it for 'What Cave Monthly' by next week or the editor says he's going to feed my to his sabretooth tiger.
"I hate it when you look for instructions for something and all you can find is a Youtube video".
And in 90+ percent of those supposedly instructional videos, the crucial thing you needed to see is badly lit, only appears for one or two frames, is out of focus, and the camera operator has an advanced case of St. Vitus' dance.