What’s next for Twitter and Reddit in the battle for the Internet’s soul?

The internet is dying, and its dying fast.

We’ve had enough.

We’re not going to sit idly by while it rots.

The Internet is dying.

We need to do something.

We should do something, right now.

We are a part of a massive social media empire, built on the power of our voices.

We can make a difference.

And the more of us we build, the stronger the Internet will be.

This is not a debate.

We must fight this fight together.

But right now, the fight is not on Twitter.

The fight is on Reddit.

And when we can all work together, Reddit will be stronger, stronger, and stronger.

Let’s take the fight to Twitter.

Let us fight this on Reddit, and let us fight it on Twitter, and make a powerful difference.

Twitter and reddit are not equal, and the fight on their behalf is not just about how much power we have.

It’s about the way our culture and politics work together.

We will not have an equal voice in the media if the voices of all of us are marginalized.

The problem isn’t just the power gap between Twitter and Facebook.

It is a fundamental problem with the way the media and the public are represented.

Twitter is not equal to Reddit.

Reddit is not even equal to Facebook.

And now we have a chance to do what’s right.

It starts with the people.

We have to take the fights to Twitter and make sure the voices are heard.

I’m proud to be a part, and I’m not going anywhere.

I am going to tweet every day, and it’s going to happen on Reddit because I want to build something bigger than Twitter.

So we are going to fight for you.

We want to fight the battles on Reddit and Twitter, because we all have a responsibility to create a more diverse, inclusive, and free and open world for all of our users.

We all have to fight against the misinformation on both platforms.

We fight the trolls on both.

We fought the hate on both sides.

And we are still fighting.

Let me be clear: We are going up against a bigger enemy than we have ever faced before.

I’ve spent my entire life working for the internet.

And I’m going to continue to fight.

We don’t want the Internet to die, and we don’t need it to die.

But we also don’t have to accept the status quo.

We know that it has to change.

We just have to do it in new ways.

We do not have to sit around waiting for the world to change, because that would be a lie.

We already have the internet, and now we need to make it even better.

This article was originally published on The Conversation.

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