Twitter CEO Dorsey sees embeds, mobile in Twitter's future

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Despite the occasional late night hiccup, micro-messaging service Twitter has been largely stable for the past few weeks. It’s been refreshing to have the service working, some would say downright boring (as indicated by the calls for the Fail Whale) — so what’s next?

I’ve argued that it should be a serious move into the mobile sphere, while others are clamoring for monetization. Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey sat down with Vator.tv’s Bambi Francisco to talk about Twitter’s present and future. He revealed some interesting things, including:

Monetization, Summize, mainstream usage, Twitter rivals/”killers”, uptime, valuation, Dorsey hit on it all. Watch the full video below. And if you still want more information on Twitter, check out USA Today’s feature on the company that is in the paper today.

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