Twitter users trolled Jack Dorsey so hard they had to shut off the screen during his TED Talk

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Ted Talk organizers today hosted a conversation with Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. The conversation went mostly as planned. It centered on opportunities and challenges faced by the platform, and what it was doing to address them. But in one bit of poor planning, someone decided it’d be a good idea to feature a hashtag, #AskJackAtTED, on a projector screen behind Dorsey during the talk.

#TED2019, were you overwhelmed or distracted by the questions on the screen? Take a look at what everyone asked on #AskJackAtTED.

Thank you to everyone who participated in our conversation with @jack. The video of the interview will be available on https://t.co/YLcO5Ju923 soon. pic.twitter.com/PYqX2l5vfR

— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) April 16, 2019

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