Obvious Corp’s first product, Lift, started out as an iPhone-only app last year. Now the app is more widely available to help anyone achieve their goals using data and social support.
Twitter’s two major product launches 0f 2013 are heading in vastly different directions.
In a blog post today, Biz Stone announced closing a funding round led by Spark Capital with participation from SV Angel. An elite group of individual investors also contributed, including Jack Dorsey, Bono, Reid Hoffman, Steven Johnson, Evan Williams, Al Gore, Greg Yaitanes, and Roya Mahboob.
Twitter is stepping up its ties with the entertainment industry by eying some high-profile media executives for spots on its board of directors.
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone has asked millions of Twitter users to submit inspiring photos, which he will use as inspiration in a short film that he’ll direct under the tutelage of Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard.
Medium is a blogging platform of sorts. It comes from Obvious Corp., the app shop where Twitter founders Biz Stone and Ev Williams are busy rolling out products for the social, web-connected masses.
Obvious Corp, the incubator owned by Twitter founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone, has pushed Branch out of the nest. Branch, which aims to help the world have better, deeper, and more human conversations online, launched out of private beta today.
Intercom, a customer relationship management-focused startup, has raised $1 million from a bevy of Silicon Valley’s trendiest angel investors.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmemxjLriUI&w=560&h=420] Biz Stone, the cofounder of avian-themed social network Twitter, has a thing for birds. That includes turkeys, so he’s going to spend November 19 in Orland, California, hanging out with turkeys, just chilling, instead of eating them.
Lift is the latest app to earn the interest of Twitter co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams, and it’s shrouded in mystery.