Those GIFs on Twitter Aren’t Actually GIFs
Brands led the charge in the hours that followed, posting GIFs on GIFs (on GIFs). Others criticized Twitter for taking too long to roll out support for GIFs, a format that has been around since the 1980s — practically prehistoric by tech standards.
See also: The History of GIFs
“Thanks for the final concession, Twitter, but the fact that it took you so long to add support for GIFs is a symptom of your larger problem,” ReadWrite‘s Lauren Orsini wrote. (That problem being user growth.) Read more…
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