Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal

Hatching Twitter

Authors: Nick Bilton,

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The only thing more interesting than Twitter, is the story of Twitter. In a novel-like style, Bilton gives you the access to what the world is like inside Silicon Valley; how our favorite time-kill nearly fell apart due to betrayal, power, hackers and a lack of funds. All while still growing at an exponential rate.

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