Biz Stone Introduces His Jelly Co-Founder And CTO, Fluther's Ben Finkel

Biz Stone Introduces His Jelly Co-Founder And CTO, Fluther's Ben Finkel

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New As we reported a few weeks ago, Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is up to something new, and it’s called Jelly. Not much is known about it other than it’s a mobile-focused project. Stone shared a little bit more about the project today, introducing Ben Finkel as his co-founder. The two...
Biz Stone Introduces His Jelly Co-Founder And CTO, Fluther's Ben Finkel
                         

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