Twitter’s clickbait spoilers: Spoofing publishers one headline at a time

by Lucia Moses
Upworthy-style headlines that dangle a provocative question or offer an emotional promise are everywhere. Example from just yesterday: “The Wildest Thing About This Job Is Not Even How Disgusting It Is.” So it was inevitable that Twitter would turn on clickbait, with accounts like HuffPoSpoilers and Upworthy Spoiler (which have in turn spawned smaller knockoffs like Rolling St ...Read the full article

  • SPOILER ALERT! - 4 readers - Finally. Now you can read the Huffington Post Twitter feed without clicking the links.