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Elon Musk is not the first visionary to come to Texas with a ready-made fortune and big plans for using it to accomplish as little of value as possible. But where Jerry Jones was content to micromanage the Dallas Cowboys into perennial mediocrity, Musk aims bigger. His stewardship of Twitter, which he renamed X, saw one of the world’s preeminent communications platforms go from a place where celebrities, government agencies, journalists, and world leaders (and a lot of the rest of us) shared ideas, information, and jokes to a nigh unusable cesspool where messages from any of the above will be bombarded with bigoted comments posted by the thousands of users who pay a monthly subscription fee to have their remarks elevated. It’s made tracking…

The post An Accounting of How Elon Musk Changed Texas in 2023 appeared first on Texas Monthly.

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