10 Lessons from the book Hatching Twitter by Nick Bilton

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The press pass and the a title of “journalist” had been replaced by a smart phone and a Twitter account.

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Some people are destined for greatness; others fall up a hill to get there.

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People don’t invent things on the Internet. They simply expand on an idea that already exists.

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History is that certainty produced at the point where the imperfections of memory meet the inadequacies of documentation.

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In the past, history was always written by the victors. But in the age of Twitter, history is written by everyone.

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When people ask Biz about his wealth, he tells them that money rarely changes people; it often just magnifies who they really are.

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The idea was that while one person wrote code, the other programmer would massage his or her shoulders; then they would switch.

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