Twitter founder Biz Stone seeks to help people find answers with photo-driven 'Jelly' app
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Jan 7 2014, 4:36pm CST
In the latest tell-all story of social network, Twitter, the author Nick Bilton describes how at one point it almost got sold to Facebook. How Twitter could’ve met a bitter end (but didn’t) is recounted in detail by Bilton.
Nov 5 2013, 9:26am CST
Source: The Business Insider
Good morning! Light rain is expected in the late afternoon. Otherwise, it's a pretty warm one here in New York City. Here's what happened over the long weekend: 1. Rap Genius fired its co-founder, Mahbod Moghadam. He made inane comments using RapGenius to annotate the manifesto of the California shooter. This wasn't the first time he's opened his mouth to say something silly, but it was the worst. 2. Apple will r ...
Full article at: The Business Insider
May 27 2014, 5:44am CDT
As is common in the evolution of giant firms, Twitter too had its share of teething troubles. In fact, its co-founder almost joined Facebook, according to Bilton's upcoming book "Hatching Twitter".
Oct 9 2013, 6:32am CDT
Source: Arkansas Online
Wedding vows were exchanged by Mary Susan Martin and Wesley Evan Williams at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 10, in First Presbyterian Church with the Revs. Marie Mainard O'Connell and Robert M. Low ...
Full article at: Arkansas Online
May 18 2014, 4:48am CDT
Source: San Francisco Business Times
Another tech company is expanding in San Francisco. Credit Karma, an online credit score provider, took the last remaining space — 46,000 square feet on two floors — in the Phelan Building at 760 Market St.
Credit Karma, which recently raised $85 million in a round of financing led by Google Capital, joins other tech tenants that have moved into the historic Phelan such as Medium, a new venture from Twitter co-founder Evan Williams; Voxer, a maker of a ‘walkie t ...
Full article at: San Francisco Business Times
May 15 2014, 4:32pm CDT
Twitter co-founder and Blogger founder Evan Williams talks about his third product Medium. It is platform for long story writers that use a new intelligent algorithm like Pandora's music discovery method. But Medium can only be used on tablets.
Sep 14 2013, 1:49pm CDT