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40 hours a week and no telecommuting. Musk wrote his first letter to Twitter workers

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Elon Musk has finally reached out to the company’s employees after acquiring the social network and the two weeks of confusion and chaos that followed. Alas, in his letter there is nothing particularly good for the employees.

40 hours a week and no telecommuting.  Musk wrote his first letter to Twitter workers

Frankly, the economic picture ahead is dire, especially for a company like ours, which is so dependent on advertising in a tough economy.”, – in fact, this is where Musk’s letter begins.

The company’s precarious financial situation, he explains, forced the introduction of a Twitter Blue Verified subscription. “Without significant subscription revenue, there’s a good chance Twitter won’t survive the coming economic downturn. We need roughly half of our income to come from subscriptions”, – wrote the new head of the social network.

And then it goes on to say that everyone needs to work hard in order to survive the crisis, so:From tomorrow (Thursday), everyone must be in the office for at least 40 hours a week. Obviously, if you are physically unable to come to the office or have important personal obligations, then your absence is understandable.“. Thus, from today on Twitter, remote work is completely canceled – unless the employee has a “special exception”. Lists of such employees Musk will approve Musk.

At the end of the letter, the head of Twitter says that the social network has “incredible potential.” But will it be possible to implement it?

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Stephen King criticized Elon Musk. In response, the billionaire invited the writer to the Twitter office

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Stephen King criticized Elon Musk In response the billionaire invited

The head of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, who recently became the owner of social Twitter, invited writer Stephen King to visit the company’s office after criticism of him.

“I think Elon Musk is a visionary. Almost single-handedly, he changed the way Americans thought about cars. I have a Tesla and I love it. However, it is not at all suitable for managing Twitter, ”Stephen King said on Saturday.

Stephen King criticized Elon Musk.  In response, the billionaire invited the writer to the Twitter office

In response to this, Elon Musk said that he is always open to dialogue and suggestions, and added the following:

Stephen King is one of the most creative people on earth. While I may not agree with everything he says, I really want to hear it.

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He was then asked to invite Stephen King to the Twitter 2.0 office to discuss talking to him “face to face”. To which Musk replied: “He’s invited.”

Musk previously spoke about Twitter 2.0, saying that the social network should become “the application for everything.” It will include interactive advertising, the ability to publish long posts, new features for videos and changes in the payment system.

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Xiaomi suspends work on MIUI beta versions for Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro 5G, Pad 5 Pro and Pad 5 tablets

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Xiaomi suspends work on MIUI beta versions for Xiaomi Pad

Xiaomi announced that from tomorrow the company will suspend work on beta versions of the MIUI firmware for the Xiaomi Mix Fold, as well as the Pad 5 Pro 5G, Pad 5 Pro and Pad 5 tablets. The release of beta versions for them will resume after these devices will be upgraded to Android 13.

Xiaomi suspends work on MIUI beta versions for Xiaomi Pad 5 Pro 5G, Pad 5 Pro and Pad 5 tablets

Recall that earlier the company did the same with a large list of smartphones: since October 31, work has been suspended on new versions of MIUI for Xiaomi 11 Ultra, 11 Pro, 11, Redmi K40 Pro, Xiaomi 11 Lite, Mi 10S, Redmi K40, Xiaomi Mix 4, Redmi K40 Game Plus, Redmi Note 10 Pro, Xiaomi Civi, Redmi Note11 Pro, Redmi Note 11 Pro+ and Xiaomi 12X. Work will resume once these phones migrate from Android 12 to Android 13.

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Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

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Twitter on the rise Elon Musk began to recruit employees

Twitter’s current owner and CEO, Elon Musk, appears to be done with layoffs and has already started hiring new ones. This follows from the slides he posted on his social media account.

Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

So, on the first slide there is the phrase “We are recruiting”, although there are no details yet. The list of vacancies or other requirements is not given. However, early innovations at the company cut Twitter’s staff in half, so the company is sure to recruit a lot of people.

Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

In addition, Musk shared other data from the presentation. It claims that the number of manifestations of hatred on the social network has decreased in recent days, and the number of fake accounts has also decreased.

Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

But the number of new users on Twitter has grown dramatically – more than 2 million people are registered per day. That’s why Musk said that in 12-18 months it will be possible to talk about a billion users a month.

Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

Finally, the billionaire said that the new Twitter 2.0 application will be universal and will support the payment system, encryption of personal correspondence, videos and other innovations. In addition, the slide mentions a “Long Tweets” mode, although it’s not clear when it will be launched.

Twitter on the rise: Elon Musk began to recruit employees again after a wave of layoffs, and also told what to expect

At the same time, many brands have refused to place ads on Twitter, the reason given by Musk’s chaotic approach to managing the company.

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