Today, Twitter goes public.
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For more on the Twitter IPO, tune in to CNBC starting with Worldwide Exchange at 5a ET, where CNBC’s Julia Boorstin will have an exclusive sit-down interview with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo.
This is where Twitter will go public tomorrow on the floor of the NYSE. The social media company has hired Barclays Capital as a “designated market maker,” a critical role when a stock first trades.
What the heck is a cashtag? If you’re thinking about investing in the #TwitterIPO later this week, it’s time to study up. Lucky for you, CNBC’s social media teamed joined forces with technology editor Cadie Thompson to put together this Twitter 101 video series.
Seen here, a scrolling message outside Morgan Stanley, welcoming @Twitter.
No more secrets: Twitter IPO filing is now public. http://cnb.cx/19ocyCk
Twitter has filed confidentially with the SEC for an IPO. Latest info: http://cnb.cx/15YifGp
Fashion has been given a new definition in Bhutan by a Facebook page called “Bhutan Street Fashion” acronym as BSF. From sketches to modeling, all activities were performed, shared and the number of followers got manifold in no time. People from all walks of life started watching and commenting. It gave an inspiration to every common man out there to mould himself a little and get fashionable.
This page has been featured in one of the tabs of our fb page as follows:
Active participation by the fans made this page a huge success and eventually people started taking it to the next level.
Fans from various other countries have taken quite interesting photographs and mailing them to BSF which later get posted on the page. An album showcasing the same is maintained as: “Fan Mails & Pics”
Fast Company editors put their heads together and compiled some of our favorite feeds. Here’s who to follow in 2013 if you want to:
If you’re looking for a place to get involved, New York Times journalist Nicholas Kristof has plenty of ideas for you. Engaging his audience with empathy, the globe-trotting advocate for justice compels readers to get involved with dire—and worthy—causes.
Jittery genius Box CEO Aaron Levie’s Twitter feed is one of the most entertaining things to read on the Internet. “Every time someone says your idea won’t work, just remember they also said that to the guy who came up with the typewriter,” he tweeted earlier this month. Take that, haters!
The fictional Fathom Butterfly, created by author Josh Gosfield, is a notorious beauty queen, showgirl, porn star, felon, and feminist filmmaker who is constantly proving that Twitter is an excellent storytelling medium.
Gretchen Rubin, author of the The Happiness Project, puts out a steady drumbeat of optimism and useful tips for becoming a happier version of yourself.
The key to satisfaction in your career and in your life is learning how to spend—your money, your time, your energy—most effectively. Work-life balance guru Laura Vanderkam helps you figure that out.
Thrive Labs’ self-proclaimed “visioner” Priya Parker’s Twitter feed is a stream of deep innovation inspiration.
Responsible in large part for the Second Coming of Digg, the social bookmarking site’s 27-year-old editorial director David Weiner’s Twitter account is a one-man news feed chronicling the day’s big events, punctuated regularly with his comedic one-liners.
If you want to be close to the media, you need to understand the media. CNN producer Jason Samuels' Twitter feed is like a daily crash course on the state of the industry.
The Wall Street Journal programmer Jeremy Singer-Vine’s Twitter feed is littered with links to geeky ephemera.
Startup advisor, entrepreneur, tech journalist, and founder of PitchTo Wayne Sutton aims to “help investors make smarter decisions and entrepreneurs make exceptional pitches.”
New Yorker staff writer David Grann offers thoughtful curation and commentary on domestic news.
Penguin publicity manager and Publishing Genius author Melissa Broder’s alter ego lives on Twitter, where each beautiful, neurotic, self-effacing line accumulates in a never-ending poem. Go here when you need to shake your brain up.