Jack Dorsey eats five meals a week. He ends his evenings alternating between ice baths and 220 degree barrel saunas. He works almost solely from his iPhone, and unlike his counterpart at Facebook, he’s hardly a central physical presence at Twitter’s Market Street headquarters.
And all of this should come as no surprise after the galling Wednesday of top individual Twitter users, ranging from Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and former boss Barack Obama to Kanye West and Elon Musk.
The incident served as a sort of black light to expose the failures of legacy media’s attempt to cover big tech and the broken narrative of who’s a hero or a villain in Silicon Valley. But more than anything, it served as a damning indictment of Twitter’s corporate culture and Dorsey’s ability to inculcate company loyalty and integrity.