This final note today, in which by our calculations, Twitter owes Kai Ryssdal some money.
$5,940 to be exact.
Alright, so Kai didn’t crunch the numbers himself. But Time magazine built an interactive tool that calculates a monetary figure for your Twitter labor by factoring in the number of followers someone has, how many times a day that person tweets, and compounds it by some corporate valuation numbers Twitter put in its IPO prospectus.
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