The city of San Francisco is investigating a complaint that Twitter’s new flashing “X” sign on top of its headquarters was installed without a permit.
The sign was installed last week following Twitter’s rebrand to the letter “X.” The sign is about 30 feet tall and flashes red and white.
The complaint was filed by a resident who lives near the Twitter headquarters. The resident said that the sign is too bright and that it is causing problems for people who live in the area.
The city’s Department of Building Inspection is investigating the complaint. If the sign was installed without a permit, Twitter could be fined up to $1,000 per day.
Twitter has not yet commented on the complaint.
The Flashing ‘X’ Sign: A Symbol of Change or a Nuisance?
The flashing “X” sign on top of Twitter’s headquarters has been met with mixed reactions. Some people see it as a symbol of change, while others see it as a nuisance.
Those who see the sign as a symbol of change point to the fact that it was installed following Twitter’s rebrand to the letter “X.” They argue that the sign is a way for Twitter to show that it is a new company with a new identity.
Those who see the sign as a nuisance argue that it is too bright and that it is causing problems for people who live in the area. They also argue that the sign is not aesthetically pleasing.
It remains to be seen whether the flashing “X” sign will become a permanent fixture on Twitter’s headquarters. However, it is clear that the sign has already sparked a debate about the future of the company.
What Do You Think?
What do you think of the flashing “X” sign on top of Twitter’s headquarters? Do you see it as a symbol of change or a nuisance? Let us know in the comments below.