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Hack the Debate

Posted by on September 27th, 2008

Here I am at work, at Twitter during the 1st Presidential debates, making sure things are running and keeping track of our metrics. Twitter and Current.tv worked together to provide a live election site and placement of user generated tweets on live video of the debate. Our team did wonderfully and Twitter stayed up through […]

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random media mention…

Posted by on August 19th, 2008

My discoveries with the Wall of Sheep at Defcon 16 and it’s application to Twitter security were mentioned on the August 12, 2008 Data Security Podcast. They called me one of the “good guys”. Heh! You can listen to it here: http://datasecurityblog.wordpress.com/2008/08/11/data-security-podcast-episode-13-aug-11-2008/

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What’s Twitter?

Posted by on August 4th, 2008

People keep saying to me, “I don’t get Twitter, what is it that you do anyway?” We just put out a pretty slick video showing people in San Francisco and New York using it, so maybe this’ll help ! How Do You Use Twitter? from biz stone on Vimeo.

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Thanks, twitter followers.

Posted by on June 24th, 2008

Oh man, can you believe this? So many followers, so quickly. Thanks for the love!

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Why twitter works.

Posted by on March 9th, 2008

.. or, the de-evolution and re-evolution of communication. Online communications has had a strange and varied history. I remember chatting to multiple users at the same time on diversi-dial services back in the 80’s. These were essentially apple II computers, filled with modem cards so that up to *eight* people could talk to each other […]

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