What I would do if I were Elon Musk taking over Twitter: Let freedom reign.
I’ve been following Elon Musk’s Twitter stream for a few months, and while I like his style, I want to see what he does with it.
I think Twitter, like the original Internet, can be used to bring about change.
It can be used to let the people in a way that doesn’t require government action.
What would you do if you could have more freedom to talk to your friends? What if you could use Twitter effectively in the same way that the original Internet uses blogs and email to connect people?
Take, for example, what Elon Musk just did.
The man who makes the cars that run on electricity, who owns the Tesla Motors company, is one of the most interesting people on the planet.
So much so that he’s on the cover of Wired Magazine and one of the most widely read personalities in the world.
And while his tweeting style doesn’t exactly fit the standard definition of “enthusiasm”, Musk is clearly a passionate man.
He’s also one of the most outspoken and polarizing leaders in the world.
He’s also the founder of a company that is the best at manufacturing cars in the world.
And yet, he’s one of the most private people on the planet, as well as one of the best at hiding himself.
You can have the world’s best car company that makes the most expensive and powerful cars, one of the most expensive and powerful people you’ve ever met, and yet you can still hide.
I imagine, for example, that Elon Musk was an extremely private person until he moved to Silicon Valley and started working on his visionary ideas.
But then he met some of the most tech-savvy people in the world, and in a short amount of time, he became one of the most famous people in the world.
It took a lot of courage and a lot of time in front of the camera to do that.
But, you know,