Odeo was a directory and search destination website for RSS-syndicated audio and video. It employed tools that enabled users to create, record, and share podcasts with a simple Adobe Flash-based interface.Odeo was originally developed by founders Noah Glass and Evan Williams, who were previously founders of Audioblog and Pyra Labs, respectively, and received funding from Charles River Ventures. Subsequently, Williams bought out Charles River's interest in the company, as well as that of several other investors, and re‑formed the organization under a new company, Obvious Corp, which planned to develop new products, including Twitter.
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  • 6 Things You Should Know About Biz Stone

    … by Google in 2003. During this time he began exchanging emails with another person who had experience getting acquired by Google – Evan Williams. This lead to Stone to Silicon Valley, where he helped develop Blogger. Stone would then leave Google to join Odeo with Williams, Jack Dorsey, and Noah Glass. Odeo, of course, would become Twitter on March…

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