Elon Musk’s Twitter CEO Resignation Poll Gets A Cheeky Response From MySpace Tom:- “Should I step down as head of Twitter?”
“Although Elon Musk’s Twitter polls have not been particularly successful, the platform’s current CEO (with emphasis on the word ‘current’) continues to use them regularly.”
“Despite his mixed track record with Twitter polls, Elon Musk recently conducted another one asking whether or not he should step down as the platform’s CEO.
At the time of writing, the majority of respondents (approximately 58%) voted in favor of his resignation. Musk has pledged to honor the results, although he has previously indicated that he does not plan to remain CEO for an extended period of time.”
“Along with garnering approximately 16.5 million votes, Elon Musk’s recent Twitter poll also generated hundreds of thousands of retweets and an immense number of comments.
Among the responses was one from Tom Anderson, co-founder of MySpace, which stood out from the rest.” “Tom Anderson, one of the respondents to Musk’s poll, gave a notable reply to the question of whether he should resign as CEO of Twitter.
Anderson, the co-founder of MySpace, wrote, “Depends who you get to run it!” and added a thoughtful emoji to the end of his comment.”
“After co-founding MySpace, Anderson served as its president until 2009, when he left the company. In 2005, MySpace and its parent company were purchased by News Corp for $580 million.
Anderson has since retired from the tech industry, and according to his Twitter bio, is currently “enjoying the good life”.”
Indeed, Tom Anderson has shown himself to be quite sharp with his response to Elon Musk’s Twitter poll about stepping down as head of Twitter.
It’s interesting to see the co-founder of a once-popular social media platform weigh in on the current state of one of its biggest competitors.
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