The majestic, honking goose - Twitter's new mascot, lol.
When I originally wrote a browser extension to hide parts of the Twitter UI, I was actually still using Twitter, which helped motivate me. I quit using it at the start of this year, so when they decided to revamp their UI (a fugly update which broke my extension), I found it nearly impossible to care.
At first, I updated the Readme file on GitHub to say, "I no longer use Twitter. You shouldn't either. This probably won't get updated." But after a few weeks, and a few comments from users, I got to thinking... if I have the ability to make a fundamentally broken experience at least nominally better, then isn't it worth a few evenings to do it?
What do you think? If you have the skillset to make something better, do you have an obligation to do it? Or at least a nagging pseudo-responsibility? Maybe that's too dramatic... how about a guilty twinge in your left pinky toe? An itch above your right eyebrow?