Twitter officially bans third-party clients with new developer rules

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Twitter has updated its developer rules to ban third-party clients, almost a week after it unceremoniously blocked the apps’ access to its platform, offering almost no explanation to what was going on (via Engadget). The new rules state that you can’t use Twitter’s API or content to “create or attempt to create a substitute or similar service or product to the Twitter Applications.” The rules, updated on Thursday, make it clear what that means: “Twitter Applications” refers to the company’s “consumer facing products,…

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Brad Sugars, Author and the #1 Business Coach in the World, Announces New Show called “The Big Success Podcast.”

Brad Sugars, the world’s #1 business coach, has launched his much-anticipated show, “The Big Success Podcast.” Featuring in-depth conversations with some of the world’s leading entrepreneurs and experts, this podcast promises to deliver an insightful source of advice on how to succeed in dreams and goals, and how businesses can leverage their strengths and resources to gain a competitive edge in today’s dynamic market. In each episode, Sugars will share his real-world experience on topics such as goal setting and achieving success, strategic investments, and marketing trends. Additionally, guests will…

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The State Department wants memos written in Calibri now, not Times New Roman

The State Department is changing with the times. According to a report from The Washington Post, employees have been directed to use 14-point Calibri when writing certain documents instead of the traditional Times New Roman. The mandate is set to go into effect in February. In a memo cheekily titled “The Times (New Roman) are a-Changin,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken reportedly told employees that the change is meant to make documents more accessible, saying that Times New Roman’s serifs could “introduce accessibility issues for individuals with disabilities who use…

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