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Clubhouse turning every night into a poorly-moderated, more aggro SXSW with no booze or tacos is how I know this pandemic needs to be over— nilay patel (@reckless) February 5, 2021
It cannot feel good to be the #Clubhouse engineer just responsible for whatever caused the call with Zuck, @pmarca, Boz, Fidji & 5k listeners to blow up. Hugs to that person.— Elise Liu (@eliseliu) February 5, 2021
The good news is you now have the war story of your early days to tell on the Clubhouse of 2030.
2) for those watching Zuckerberg's Clubhouse appearance trend here and suggesting he's just scoping it for an acquisition, that's not happening. you're now seeing the impact of 48 state AGs and FTC lawsuits. Facebook can no longer acquire a hot social media app. Welcome to 2021.— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) February 5, 2021
⏰ that was one AMAZING show. I first want to thank @aarthir and @fidjissimo for carrying so much of it. Fidji is one of my favorite people in tech and great to hear from her. Also @boztank for his candor, leadership advice and just being him.— Sriram Krishnan (@sriramk) February 5, 2021
Zuck's cameo was also fun!
That room has officially crashed. Zuck broke Clubhouse ?— Fred Destin (@fdestin) February 5, 2021
Remember to wear your raincoat tomorrow for the monsoon of journo tears over Zuck on Clubhouse.— Antonio García Martínez (@antoniogm) February 5, 2021
Hi Sriram, can you explain why you continue to block (especially female) journalists from your public “Good Time” room? You regularly host high profile guests. Why block tech reporters who report on harassment and abuse while allowing far right influencers to join in? https://t.co/zBjTrOgNNx— Taylor Lorenz (@TaylorLorenz) February 5, 2021
total madness - the *huge* spikes from Zuck showing up are causing issues. We are trying to restart the room. Hang on. I think we might be melting a bunch of servers live.— Sriram Krishnan (@sriramk) February 5, 2021
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