This break coincided with a couple big happenings, including reaching 100 million followers on Twitter and his 51st birthday .
SpaceX is preparing to launch Starship into orbit in July, an event of world-historic significance.
Any of these alone are reason enough to get off social media.
It may also have been the case that negotiations with Twitter’s board required him to leave the platform for a time.
Elon was recently granted access to Twitter’s data firehose
to determine the influence of bots on the platform.
A ten-day break could generate sample data to compare user activity in his presence and absence, and gauge his personal impact on the site’s traffic, both human and artificial.
Whatever the reason for the Twitter vacay, it’s good to have the Dogefather back on the bird app.
Happy 51st Elon, and congrats on 100M!