- — Megan McCarthy (@Megan)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:05:24I’m predicting that publications will quickly stop embedding tweets and start using screenshots/links instead: blog.twitter.com/2013/new-headl ……
- — Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:09:32...@marksluckie I hate it. This will make me think twice about embedding. I don't need Twitter telling me what's related ON MY OWN SITE. No.
- — Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:15:18Raise your hand if this will make it less likely that you will embed tweets in your posts and articles. goo.gl/k0I26D [raises hand]
- — Adam Banks (@adambanksdotcom)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:25:17Twitter announces tweets you’ve embedded in your own site will now have cruft because it says so. No options. Gnnn. twitter.com/jayrosen_nyu/s…
- — Zach Seward (@zseward)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:13:58@marksluckie The post suggests that related headlines will only appear on tweet permalink pages; will they appear on tweet embeds, too?
- — Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu)Mon, Aug 19 2013 17:22:57Okay, misread on my part. @marksluckie says the related stuff won't show up on YOUR site if you embed, only on Twitter. Sorry: over-reacted.
Twitter's not offering related headlines in embedded tweets
But boy did people freak out when they thought it was.
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