What is with these all-hands meetings at woke corporations? In 2018, we got leaked video of Google’s all-hands meeting the day after Donald Trump’s election. “Myself as an immigrant and a refugee, I certainly find the selection deeply offensive and I know many of you do too,” co-founder Sergey Brin, Alphabet’s president, said near the outset of the meeting. “I think it’s a very stressful time and conflicts with many of our values.” And of course, we just saw those leaked videos from Disney’s all-hands meeting after the Parental Rights in Education bill passed in Florida, with executive producers assuring employees who were feeling pain, frustration, and sadness that they were “adding queerness” wherever they could and would try harder to include.

There was an all-hands meeting at Twitter Thursday after Elon Musk offered to buy Twitter outright, and the New York Times reports that it was a bad day for CEO Parag Agrawal, who is “in danger of losing employees.”

Why aren’t you tweeting more, asked the people who think Twitter is real life. And what would the purchase do to Twitter’s culture, “which is known to be inclusive” (unless you’re conservative)?

Professor Jeff Jarvis said that being on Twitter today feels like “the last evening in a Berlin nightclub” — we wonder what it feels like inside Twitter.


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