A group of people from New Zealand are launching an online platform that allows people to make comments on the tweets of other users.
“The platform is meant to help people share more real life content,” said Tanya-Ann Hui, the site’s creator.
“There are some things that are more meaningful than people being able to respond to you directly.”
Hui says her team is aiming to provide more than 20,000 real-life accounts, along with links to more than 400,000 tweets, and an interactive platform for users to add comments on their own tweets.
“We’re trying to create something that can be a real-time social tool for real people, so that they can comment on people,” she said.
“It’s like a personal diary where people can write about how they’re feeling or what they’re going through.”
Hulu TV and Hulu Plus, both free streaming services, already have similar platforms.
Hulu is one of a number of online services that offer a way for users and companies to interact with one another.
Facebook has a similar feature called “like” that lets users “like”, “comment” and “retweet” one another’s posts.
Hui said her platform was designed to take advantage of the same features.
“This is like a social diary where you can say, ‘I’m feeling sad about something that I just saw on TV’ or ‘I was watching the latest news but I’m still thinking about that’,” she said, adding that she was aiming for users with a “normal personality type” to have an account.
“Some of the more popular personalities have their own communities, and I want to be able to see what people are saying about that and give them a place to talk to each other.”
Huli hopes that the platform can be used to help those in real-world situations.
“I think it’s important that people are able to interact and make their voices heard and have a say about the world,” she explained.
Hulis Twitter feed, which will become available to users as soon as it is available, features tweets from more than 600 people, including celebrities, politicians, academics, business leaders and the heads of universities.
“A lot of these people are just like us and want to see their world represented, so they use Twitter for that,” she added.
“So, I want people to have their voices in their world.”
Hulk Hogan, the former pro wrestler who is currently fighting a defamation suit, recently launched his own Twitter account, @HulkHogan, which is designed to allow users to comment on his tweets.
Hogan is currently facing a $140 million defamation lawsuit from Hulk Hogan’s former girlfriend and former business partner, Brooke Hogan.
The Hogan family says that it does not support the “bullying” of celebrities on Twitter, and says that their business has been harmed by the use of the account.
Hulk is suing Hogan for defamation for a variety of alleged comments he made on Hogan’s account, including one that read: “Hulk, you know what this means?
I’ve got the right to punch your face in.”
Hogan countersued Hogan, claiming that the tweet was not libelous and that Hogan had not intended it to be.
“Hulk has stated that the claim is without merit,” Hogan’s lawyer said in a statement.
“Mr Hogan is an avid supporter of Hulk Hogan and has never sought to defame or threaten Mr Hogan.”
Hollywood has also been criticized for using Twitter in a way that is “unethical”, such as when actors are invited to appear on “Saturday Night Live”.
“The practice of celebrities being invited to participate in Saturday Night Live has become so pervasive that many celebrities feel compelled to avoid doing so,” said the group’s chief executive, Tom Condon.
Condon said that “the practice is wrong, but we also know that the right thing to do is to respect celebrities’ right to express themselves.”
Hume, a digital marketing agency that has offices in New York and San Francisco, recently published a book called “The Twitter Effect” that aims to help companies understand the impact that social media has on businesses.
Hume said the book focuses on how social media can be an effective way for businesses to grow, and that it “understands why it is that some people feel that they have no place to go in the social media sphere.”
“The Twitter effect is not just a case of ‘Oh, I can’t say something because of the rules.’
It’s a case that can lead to business failures and disruption,” said Humes co-founder and chief executive Peter Gleason.”
And, for the most part, we’ve seen that it’s just not that it has an impact, but it has the ability to lead to very big losses for companies that aren’t able to adapt and change.”
In other words, the effect is bigger than just the people that use it, it is the whole industry.