What the Quick Bar Affair Says About Twitter’s Future

Mathew Ingram: Although the company has since said that a new update is on its way that will make the feature less annoying, the outrage over the #dickbar is a symptom of a larger problem for Twitter: it wants to be a business, and users have gotten used to it being a utility. Well said.…

Mathew Ingram:

Although the company has since said that a new update is on its way that will make the feature less annoying, the outrage over the #dickbar is a symptom of a larger problem for Twitter: it wants to be a business, and users have gotten used to it being a utility.

Well said. The dickbar though goes one further and actually becomes as annoying as the flash based blinking ads found on low-rent sites.

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