I’ve had the same wallet since 2008. It was made of simple black leather where you could fit multiple cards on both sides with a spring money clip in the middle. I purchased it at a Red Wing store near Chicago. I don’t know why I remember this so vividly but the guy at the register told me the wallet would last 10 years and sure enough it did. Recently, the leather completely gave way because I tried shoving too many cards in the slot. So I was off to find a new wallet, R.I.P.I.P. old friend.
If Twitter wanted to build their monthly average user (MAU) base they would look at ways to start paying their users. That’s right. Twitter would pay us, not the other way around. As you can see from the chart below, Twitter’s MAU growth has remained somewhat flat in the past 4 years. Maybe a little paid incentive could get prevent their user base from plateauing.