It’s understandable if some sports fans mistake Twitter as a walled garden built just for us

There are issues, to be sure, but Twitter is where all the news breaks, and the platform can competently replace watching a game if all you need is score updates and the best highlights. The GIFs are hilarious, and links galore lead to the best of the web’s #content chaos. The ongoing conversation — especially around big events — is unmatched in diversity and intensity

Meanwhile, perhaps unbeknownst to many casual users lost in Sports Twitter heaven, Twitter the company faces major challenges. Jack Dorsey, newly named CEO, has a long list of problems to tackle Read more…

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