Author Biz Stone co-founded Twitter, a platform that amassed more than 100 million users just a few years after its launch. In this breezy memoir, Stone argues that you can succeed as a tech entrepreneur even without technical chops. A college dropout who was perpetually broke even while working at Google, Stone describes his primary skills as the ability to think creatively and to communicate clearly. He explains his out-of-the-box innovation tactics. getAbstract suggests Stone’s guide to anyone seeking new routes to creative solutions.
In this summary, you will learn
- How Biz Stone helped launch Twitter,
- Why honest communication is the best policy and
- What offbeat practices Stone uses to trigger creativity.
About the Author
Veteran Internet entrepreneur Biz Stone worked for Google, helped create blogging and podcasting, and co-invented Twitter. He lives near San Francisco.
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