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Obvious-Backed Branch Comes Out Of Public Beta To Foster Conversations Online

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Back in March, Obvious Corporation, the mini accelerator founded by Biz Stone, Ev Williams and early Twitter employee Jason Goldman, announced its second incubation in Branch, a stealth startup co-founded by developers Josh Miller, Cemre Güngöre, and Hursh Agrawal. Branch was — in their words — on a mission “to...
Obvious-Backed Branch Comes Out Of Public Beta To Foster Conversations Online

With $2M In Tow, Branch Teams Up With Twitter Co-Founders’ Obvious For ‘New Brand Of Discourse’

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Last June, Twitter Co-founder Biz Stone announced that he was stepping back from Twitter to again team up with co-founder Evan Williams and early employee Jason Goldman to re-start The Obvious Corporation — an idea incubator — the one that initially helped give life to Twitter. A few months later,...
With $2M In Tow, Branch Teams Up With Twitter Co-Founders’ Obvious For ‘New Brand Of Discourse’
The revolutionary new Branch, the anti-Twitter from Twitter is ... an online forum

Twitter co-founders’ Obvious Corp. announces Branch, a ‘curated discussion platform’

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Obvious Corporation, the new endeavor of Twitter founders Biz Stone, Evan Williams and Jason Goldman, has today announced its second project. It’s called Branch and it’s a partnership with developers  Josh,Cemre Güngöre, and Hursh Agrawal. The project is described as a platform for curated discussion among people that are knowledgable about a particular topic....
Twitter co-founders’ Obvious Corp. announces Branch, a ‘curated discussion platform’

Princeton Dropout Relaunches His Startup And Attracts Twitter's Evan Williams and Betaworks' John Borthwick

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Josh Miller left Princeton before his senior year to start a group blogging site, Roundtable. He soft launched the site in September with cofounders Hursh Agrawal and Cemre Gungor out of Dogpatch Labs New York. Before long, bloggers MG Sigler and Dan Frommer were trying it out and swapping...
Princeton Dropout Relaunches His Startup And Attracts Twitter's Evan Williams and Betaworks' John Borthwick

Obvious Co.-Backed Branch Removes Groups And Other Features To Prepare For Its Next Phase

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Discussion tool Branch is undergoing a spring cleaning of sorts today, as it simplifies its features, trimming the virtual fat back to its core experience. The new Branch has less doodads, like group messaging, but its all in preparation for the service’s next phase. Branch is a platform for curated...
Obvious Co.-Backed Branch Removes Groups And Other Features To Prepare For Its Next Phase
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