Yep, another one. Still in Beta so there’s a waiting list. I just got on it today and am feeling my way around. It seems much more user-friendly than the other “Twitter alternatives” I’ve tried and the very interesting thing is that you can pay (or earn money) for “premium” content. For example, on Twitter a lot of newspapers are behind a paywall and, while I agree with paying for good journalism, I don’t want to pay for a dozen or more subscriptions when I may only read a couple of articles a month from a particular news service. This way I can just pay per article if I’m interested in reading it. Likewise, people can post there like they would on any social media site, or they can charge to read certain posts. Anyhow, it’s early days so we’ll see how it goes.