Washington: A day after Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel starred in a low-fi video aimed at explaining his social network to old people, he has now cleared his Twitter account of every single tweet but one in order to better explain the concept behind his app that focuses on 'instant expression' and living in the present.
In the video, he had said that instant expression should tell people who you are right now, which is what the self-destructive messaging service did. He used pen and paper to explain the concept to people that stressed on the idea of living in the present, reports The Verge.
Shortly after posting the video, he omitted his tweets in a bid to better explain what he said in the video by practising it in real life. A report quoted him as saying that he just "prefers to live in the present."