Vox Day, but tagged his blog as spam so that no other Twitter user could link to it. In some cases triggering a lock of that user's Twitter account as well. It's a modern excommunication. I will definitely do a longer post on it, probably on Banned Books Week next week.
Today I found out that Twitter had suspended USA Today columnist Professor Glenn Reynolds, of Instapundit fame. Twitter users immediately reacted and he was reinstated after a few hours, but he's clearly on Twitter's List Of Trouble Makers.*
It gets really tiresome to be tweeting on eggshells. So, if you haven't yet, I suggest you sign up for Gab.ai which is a new, still-in-beta social media alternative to Twitter. The founder, Andrew Torba (@torbahax on Twitter and @a on Gab), is committed to free speech. There's a waitlist that really does not take that long (a few days, usually). I've been on it a couple of weeks and it's an amazingly friendly, fun, lighthearted hangout. Until I went on it I did not realize how oppressive the atmosphere of both Twitter and Facebook were getting. If you are already on Gab, look me up!
*Update: Twitter reinstated Glenn Reynolds only on condition that he delete his tweet. How very "recant, heretic" of them.