Twitter testing conversation starters, Google making personal data discovery easier
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Twitter is testing conversation starters, offering canned questions in an effort to start more positive discourse.
It's also experimenting with color-coded conversations so that users can see tweets from people they follow in a different color which in effect should make it easier to follow more popular threads.
[INAUDIBLE] Google is trying to make it easier to wipe your web history find privacy controls.
Your data is accessible through a standard Google search.
Making the entire process a more seemless one, instead of needing to dig into a Google product.
This will hit personal history first, and will soon make it's way to things like Google Maps.
And finally, just before Rockstar Games' release of Red Dead Redemption 2, the developer is being examined over what's being called a culture of crunch.
A quote from the studio's founder regarding 100 hour work weeks focused attention on Rockstar employees, as a recent story from Kotaku shares varying accounts from dozens of employees.
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