Post Profile






Podcast: Why it's a shame for Twitter to sell out now

I'm nursing a cold. Feeling fine, but my voice is a bit scratchy. Last night I read a piece by Nick Bilton about Twitter's sell-off, which apparently, according to Bilton, is underway now. That got me tweeting, and then thinking, why it's such a shame to have it happen at this point in Twitter's life, when it couldn't be more central to the way news happens and is reported, and when their technology can play such a big role in the evolution of the net.
read more

share
See more about: Nick Bilton

Related Posts


Why Twitter has a problem going mainstream

Technology : Venture Beat

Nick Bilton of the New York Times recently wrote about why Facebook works for all while Twitter works for some: … [My sister] never really took to Twitter. When I asked her last year why she rarely Tweeted, she said, …

Tech and the San Francisco Rental Bubble - Nick Bilton

Technology : Message

Tech and the San Francisco Rental Bubble - Nick Bilton: Bilton makes the real estate case for tech bubble, but I think all the developers for start-ups and long established players like Apple, Google, Yahoo, and Facebook are simply ...

Google and Facebook Grow Comfortable and Complacent - Nick Bilton via NYTimes.com

Technology : Message

Google and Facebook Grow Comfortable and Complacent - Nick Bilton via NYTimes.com: Nick Bilton thinks Facebook and Google are slow to get mobile — several meanings of ‘get’ intended — because the engineers and managers there are rel...

Here’s Why Twitter’s Road To An IPO Won’t Be As Rocky As Some Might Think

Technology : TechCrunch: Enterprise

Today, Nick Bilton of the New York Times published a pretty extensive piece on Twitter, specifically its CEO, Dick Costolo. As I read it, one paragraph concerning the potential IPO of the company struck me.

Fake New York Times Wikileaks op-ed even fools the NYT

Technology : Venture Beat

A fake opinion piece published under the domain opinion-nytimes.com was shared on Twitter by both the official New York Times account and its lead tech reporter Nick Bilton. The tweets have since been deleted by the NYT account, but...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC