‘Tens of millions’: How Twitter is changing the way we experience our news

TENS of millions of people are signing up to use the popular social network as part of a massive effort to create the kind of “trending” news stories they want to read.

For months, Twitter has been running a massive experiment with users to try to find a way to make news about topics like terrorism more relevant to their interests.

That is, they can share stories on topics like crime, terrorism, the death penalty, and the death of a loved one with the world.

But while that was all pretty interesting, Twitter’s experiments have not gone well for it.

Now, it seems that the company has taken things to a whole new level.

On Monday, Twitter posted a video to YouTube with a montage of all of the “tweets” about terrorism, terrorism-related news, and other news topics that it had seen in its experiments, including the following:And while it has been a bit disappointing for some, including CNN’s chief foreign affairs correspondent for the past couple of weeks, it is a sign of things to come.

“It’s great to see Twitter making the effort to reach a wider audience, but the bigger story here is that Twitter is doing this for the benefit of the users.

And that includes a huge number of people who, as we’ve seen in the past, are not interested in the stories about terrorism.

They don’t want to get caught up in the headlines.

They’re not interested.

They want to stay on top of the news,” John Bresnahan, a research fellow at the Brookings Institution, told The Washington Free Beacon.”

The question now is what does this look like for other news outlets?”

Bresnahan said that while the content that the site has put out about terrorism and other topics is pretty good, it has not translated into engagement for users.

“They’ve been telling users they’re getting their news from the news, but they’re not engaged with it,” he said.

“This is a new way for the company to engage with the users.”

The experiment is also starting to have some serious repercussions on the business.

Bresneahan, who is also a senior fellow at Brookings, said that he had not seen Twitter in his six months of studying the company, but that there are a lot of people that have seen the results of the experiment.

“Twitter seems to be a very aggressive company that’s been very good at pushing the news agenda,” he told The Free Beacon, adding that he thinks that Twitter has a big problem with the fact that it has only been able to achieve this experiment for a short period of time.

“We know it’s very difficult for Twitter to attract new users.

They’ve had a lot to lose in terms of the number of users they had when they started,” he explained.”

When they launched this experiment, they said, ‘Hey, we’re going to try and get you more of our audience,’ but we know they’re only really able to get that through targeted advertising,” he added.

“So it’s an experiment that’s really hard for them to pull off.

But it’s been really effective at attracting a lot more people to their platforms.”

Bresnahan, Bresnahans company, and others have said that the experiment is not just a failure because it is not working.

“You’re seeing a big drop in engagement for news topics, but it’s not really about terrorism,” he noted.

“It’s not that it’s a failure in terms a new user is coming in and reading the same news, or the same topics are being shared on their social media platform,” Bresnan said.

Rather, the reason the experiment hasn’t been successful is that it doesn’t really give people a reason to follow those news topics and get them to engage, he added, noting that it is much harder to reach out to new users if they don’t have a reason for following.

Twitter has been trying to get people to read more about terrorism as well.

Breshnahan noted that Twitter began using a “tweeting-for-action” feature in May, allowing people to post a photo or video of a tweet or a photo of an event to share with friends.

In the first three weeks, the company said it had received 1.5 million tweets about terrorism in the U.S., with a total of more than 20 million tweets being sent by the time it reached the end of the trial.

In May, Twitter also began offering “takes” to people who wanted to post content on the company’s site, in a way that was similar to a social media ad.

The company said that users would be able to choose to share their content with anyone who wanted it.

And, Breshan said, the only way to “take” content on Twitter is if the person who sent the tweet is a friend or family member.

Bresnehans view is different from that of the company