Thank you, Apple. Twitter, not so much.

This morning I restored access to my Apple ID and locked out the hacker. I also got this from Twitter, just reinforcing that they do not give a shit about me (one of their first 1,000 users). 


Unfortunately, we need to communicate with you via the email address that has been associated with the original account. Please work with the email provider to secure your email account. I’ve just sent you another email to that email address.

Anyone can enter your username in this form and trigger a password reset: make it more difficult to trigger a password reset, you can enable the option ‘Require personal information to reset my password’ in your account settings under



Notice how there is not even any interest in my archive of tweets, nor my 3,000+ followers. And I have not heard back from Dreamhost, which is the main hurdle in getting access to my e-mail at

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