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Jack Dorsey’s Twitter Regret & Europe’s Narrow Escape From Radiation Disaster

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Jack Dorsey’s Twitter Regret & Europe’s Narrow Escape From Radiation Disaster
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Jack Dorsey, the Founder and former CEO of Twitter expressed his regret about the social media platform becoming a company instead of being a protocol.
Plus: Europe faced the threat of a radiation disaster when the Russian-occupied nuclear plant in Zaphorizhzhia was disconnected from Ukraine’s power grid.
All this and more in this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

Jack Dorsey on Twitter: “My Biggest Regret Is That It Became a Company”
World Narrowly Avoided Radiation Accident
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