Twitter is finally showing signs of life after months — years, even — of flatlining. The social media behemoth today released its quarterly report for Q1 2017, which didn’t, at first glance, look very encouraging. It still can’t seem to turn a profit. Its quarterly losses total about 7-percent. Revenue was higher than expected at $548 million, but that’s still a total loss of $62 million. Still, that’s the smallest net loss the company’s posted since before 2015. It’s certainly better than last quarter, where they posted a $167 million in net loss. The site also boasts 328 million monthly users, which is…

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