Elon Musk’s brother says there’s a lack of appreciation for Twitter’s terrible mute button Kimbal Musk talks with Lex Friedman on Friday about his love of the feature on Twitter Space Elon Musk’s brother says Twitter’s terrible mute Appreciation for Button is lacking.
Speaking in Twitter Spaces hosted by podcast host Lex Friedman on Friday, Kimbal Musk discussed how to improve Twitter and some of the changes his brother has implemented since taking over the company on October 27.
He said that the amount of praise for the mute button on Twitter is less. If you really want to clean up your feed then be one of those people who doesn’t want to enjoy that particular part of the drama, muting is great. That feature is being used on Twitter right now and I think my brother plans to incorporate it into the algorithm as well.
Kimbal Musk, who is a year younger than his 51-year-old brother, owns The Kitchen restaurant group, which operates sites in Chicago and Indianapolis, Colorado. The company’s LinkedIn page says that dining at its restaurants is like celebrating at your best friend’s house.
During the Twitter space, Kimbal Musk also said that he loves the fun side of Twitter and wished there was more to it. He said that debates on political topics like former President Donald Trump’s tax returns bother me, but when it becomes entertaining, I fall in love with Twitter. Kimbal Musk concludes how we can get more out of it.