This app lets you donate to charity whenever someone on Twitter pisses you off



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A new donation platform helps people turn a moment of rage into charitable giving, simply by replying to an infuriating tweet. 

Trigger, an amazingly passive-aggressive Twitter-based app, lets you react to hostile social media posts in a positive, productive way. Creator Isaac Alfton said the app provides social media users with a sort of agency whenever they’re “triggered” online.

The company calls it “retaliatory giving,” inspired by Alfton’s own frustrations with his feed as it overflowed with offensive and angering posts. After seeing so many 140-character social and political hot takes, he wished there were an easy way to give to charity as a spiteful response. Read more…

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2017-02-27T20:45:27+00:00Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

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