Biz Stone

Christopher Isaac "Biz" Stone (born March 10, 1974) is a co-inventor and co-founder of Twitter, Inc and also helped to create and launch Xanga, Blogger, Odeo, The Obvious Corporation and Medium. In 2012, Stone co-founded a start-up called Jelly Industries where he serves as CEO. The release of the Jelly app, a Q&A platform that relies on images, was officially announced in January 2014.
Posts about Biz Stone
  • Top Earning Websites

    … Nosek, Elon Musk, Ken Howery, Max Levchin $9.248B $293.25 9 Priceline Jesse Fink, Jay S. Walker, Scott Case $9.22B $292.36 10 eBay Pierre Omidyar $8.59B $272.39 11 Expedia Richard Barton $6.67B $211.50 12 Rakuten Hiroshi Mikitani $6.3B $199.77 13 salesforce Marc Benioff, Parker Harris $5.37B $170.28 14 Baidu Robin Li, Eric Xu $5.21B $165.21 15 Yahoo…

    Michael Dunlop/ How To Make Money Onlinein Paid Search Google- 34 readers -
  • A Holiday Gift Guide for Social Media Lovers

    … is the first-hand account of the creation of Twitter by Biz Stone, one of the social network’s co-founders. One of the most influential figures in social media, Stone talks about creativity and how to harness it. His insight on the founding of Twitter is generally positive. Then you have Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship…

    Hootsuitein Social- 20 readers -
  • A Review of this Year’s Newest Social Networks

    … more than a passing swipe. SUPER The latest brainchild of Twitter co-creator Biz Stone, SUPER is a funky social networking app that brings its own style to sharing life’s moments. The function of the app is actually very simple–just snap a picture, choose the appropriate ALL-CAPPED caption, write some text, add a filter, and send. The app itself…

    Steve Groller/ The Blog Heraldin Social Twitter- 10 readers -
  • 6 Things You Should Know About Biz Stone

    … heard his name pronounced as “Biz-ah-bah.” Fast forward several years to a birthday party when his friend overheard his mom call him “Biz,” which was the shortened version of “Biz-ah-bah” and the name stuck. 2. He Was Inspired by Wile E. Coyote Stone was in a serious rut in 2002. His first startup, Xanga, was fledgling, and he was in severe credit…

    Albert Costill/ Search Engine Journalin Google Facebook Twitter- 9 readers -
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