I can't speak to when that specific event occurred, although I'll certainly concede there was a time in which Twitter was fine, and that said time did in fact end well before Musk took over.It won't last. Twitter wasn't so insane either until the great Tumblr migration.
burning forty billion dollars because you hate your daughter.
The equivalent of making a suit of power armor in a cave with scraps. He truly is the real-life Tony Stark.Now instead of being able to just click to see who liked or QT/RT a post, there's a separate "View post engagements" and a few more clicks to see the same info. The solution to a problem no one ever had.
Agreeing with the desire to see people abandon Twitter, but there's a reason artists don't just use "a real freaking art gallery site instead." They want people who don't normally go to "real freaking art gallery sites" to actually see their art!Looking at the replies, this is apparently yet another one of those "Content creator finally reads the terms of service on the site they've been posting for years, discovers that it's full of scary-sounding
chemicalslegal terms granting the site broad rights to do things, and assumes the worst" things that happens every year or so somewhere or other. All this stuff was already in the TOS, possibly since the beginning.
Which is a shame because I sure do wish all the artists on Twitter would wipe their accounts and go use a real freaking art gallery site instead!