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The Guardian has a fascinating interview with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, who is promoting his new book, Things A Little Bird Told Me.
In the piece Stone talks openly about the history of Twitter, the “backstabbing” that took place amongst all the Twitter founders in the early days of the company (as detailed in Hatching Twitter, Nick Bilton’s book), how he feels about Edward Snowden and what’s going on at Jelly, his other startup.
The juicy bits, however, are found in Stone’s recollection of meetings with Mark Zuckerberg, back when the Facebook founder was thinking about buying Twitter.
Twitter’s stock has enjoyed a little bit of an uptick this week, jumping 11 percent on Wednesday after a much-needed buy upgrade from Nomura.
However, share prices are still down some 45 percent this year and Twitter still needs to convince a skeptical investor market that it’s a good bet for the future, particularly when compared to its great rival, Facebook.