Keywords: Twitter is a media company that happens to be based in San Francisco, and it should be structured, led and valued as such. It is no longer a technology-driven hypergrowth unicorn, writes Christopher Mims.
It’s easy to become jaded about the power of social media in a crisis like the Baltimore riots, but the real power of Twitter and Facebook is the context they can provide, writes columnist Christopher Mims.
Twitter is so bad at surfacing its most valuable content that a whole ecosystem of other players has arisen to do it for Twitter, from apps and data-mining services to the news media itself, writes Christopher Mims.
A New York Times journalist has published his Twitter password to prove the value of two-factor authentication. Christopher Mims remains unhacked, but his argument hasn’t been entirely borne out. Mims wrote a piece titled “The Pass...
Columnist Christopher Mims writes that augmented reality, or AR, is the most exciting technology you’re ever likely to encounter, and it could transform how we interact with computers in the 21st century.