Twitter has some jokes about “New Twitter.”
old twitter vs new twitter pic.twitter.com/Ct4JC3UM5o
— Ellie Sunakawa (@elliesunakawa) June 15, 2017
@elliesunakawa, comparing Twitter’s user interface redesign to these dogs. Old Twitter, on the left, was square. New Twitter, on the right, is all circles and rounded edges. Thursday, Twitter unveiled the user interface redesign which, among other revisions, changed profile pictures to circles and the “reply” button from an arrow to a speech bubble. Some users tweeted, however, that the update didn’t address a common complaint with the platform — the lack of an “edit” function.
twitter users: let us edit tweets
twitter: the stars are now hearts
twitter users: an edit button please
twitter: we made everything round
— Haley Byrd (@byrdinator) June 15, 2017
Miley and Jimmy Fallon “disguise” themselves to play for NYC subway.
You cannot watch this without grinning from ear to ear.
Go ahead, try.
Love this impromptu subway party with Miley and Jimmy. https://t.co/WF0hdEuRUH
— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) June 15, 2017
@LisaBloom, tweeting about a clip from “The Tonight Show” of Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon performing at a New York City subway station in disguise, in a stunt that mirrored the plot of “Hannah Montana: The Movie.”
This man’s business cards are from the future.
YALL last night at the club some guy handed me this and told me to text him. WE ARE IN 2017 THIS MAN IS IN 3017 pic.twitter.com/EqEvpDrVbo
— lil remnant (@marissuh_x) June 11, 2017
“If he doesn’t make it in the music biz, he should definitely go for marketing!”
Manda Panda, commenting at buzzfeed.com on a story about Oakland-area rapper Fantastical Carpe, who hands out his business card at bars to network and hit on women. The card looks like an iPhone screen and comes with a QR code to connect with him online.
Dolce & Gabana boycotts themselves.
I stand with D&G they have never bowed down to Political Correctness police. They are courageous and honest.
— Dora B. (@frenz4_evr) June 9, 2017
@frenz4_evr, tweeting in support of Dolce & Gabbana’s tongue-in-cheek boycott T-shirts. The luxury Italian brand has been criticized for its embrace of first lady Melania Trump, who recently wore a $51,500 Dolce & Gabbana jacket. Instead of shying away from Trump or ignoring critics, the label doubled down, creating a $245 satiric “#Boycott Dolce & Gabbana” T-shirt. Dolce & Gabbana even made a video of a fake protest against the brand to promote the shirts.
— Dolce & Gabbana (@dolcegabbana) June 9, 2017
Anti-Putin questions slip through the cracks during live TV Q&A.
— Yulia James (@YuliaSkyNews) June 15, 2017
@YuliaSkyNews, tweeting about questions that slipped through the cracks during Russia’s once-a-year Q&A with President Vladimir Putin on live TV. Questions were pre-screened, but careful viewers noticed that some anti-Putin questions like, “When will you resign?” appeared on the bottom of the screen.