Twitter under Musk might actually apply rules evenhandedly now? Wasn't considering going back to Twitter but now it looks decent. Twitter is basically a step above Reddit now as a forum. It's got more free speech than Reddit but has certain limits that apply to everyone fairly, so that doesn't seem unreasonable to me (yet). I'm tempted.
I frequent a number of engineering firms and the lunch rooms are often a complain fest.
The other day I unironically said that the solution is to take the women back out of the workforce which was quite well received. The follow up of arranged marriages didn't go down so well - so I'll work on the delivery there.
It appears that after Musk banned private jet flight-following info, these "journalists" banded together to force Musk's hand. As long as Musk is consistent in how he enforces this rule, I think he'll win this battle. However, it is a weird hill to die on since the flight-following sites are publicly available.
Bari Weiss was always a problem:
NYT’s Bari Weiss Falsely Denies Her Years of Attacks on the Academic Freedom of Arab Scholars Who Criticize IsraelThe New York Times columnist and editor spent years crusading for the type of censorship she claims to loathe. Instead of acknowledging this, she denies it.theintercept.com