Last October, five relatively unknown filmmakers from around the country found themselves at a place they had probably only dreamed about—on the red carpet at New York’s Lincoln Center, sipping cocktails with Hollywood heavyweights like Ron Howard and Harvey Weinstein.
Twitter’s new look is rolling out more widely today, and it has some users saying it looks similar to Facebook. The messaging service is making changes to solve its most pressing issue—how to obtain and keep new users—as it looks to grow.
Anytime Biz Stone and Evan Williams have any sort of announcement, the tech world listens. Late Tuesday, via a blog post, Williams, one of Twitter's co-founders, introduced the world to Medium, a new platform for online publishing.
Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone have revealed their much-awaited next project since leaving Twitter and relaunching the Obvious Corporation, the incubator that they started with Twitter vp of product Jason Goldman back in the mid-2000s.
Twitter seems to have trouble getting its three co-founders to stick around. In 2008, Jack Dorsey was replaced as CEO by fellow co-founder Evan Williams, and two years later, Williams also stepped down. Then, this past March, Dorsey returned as product chief. Now, third co-founder Biz Stone has announced that he too is leaving day-to-day work at the company.