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TNW Pick of the Day: Feel On turns your Twitter stream into colorful comics

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Last year you may remember that Twitter fell under a fair bit of criticism for the way it was trying to curb third-party client apps. Twitter’s head of Platform Ryan Sarver said at the time that developers shouldn’t create new apps “that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client...
TNW Pick of the Day: Feel On turns your Twitter stream into colorful comics

Twitter Launches Places, Annotations, User Streams for Developers

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Twitter will soon give developers access to streams of user activity on its system, and allow them to create their own annotations to send along with tweets, Twitter’s director of platform Ryan Sarver said at the company’s Chirp conference today. “It’s important that we do keep agile, but as much...
Twitter Launches Places, Annotations, User Streams for Developers

Live From Chirp: Twitter’s Platform Roadmap

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Ryan Sarver, Twitter’s Director of Platform, has just taken the stage at Chirp, where he’s giving third party developers an outline of what they can expect in the future from Twitter’s all-important developer platform. 75% of all traffic to twitter comes from third party clients, 60% of tweets come from...
Live From Chirp: Twitter’s Platform Roadmap
Twitter loses 2 heavy hitters: Platform director Ryan Sarver & TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth

Twitter director of platform Ryan Sarver departing

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Sarver was at Twitter for four years, and now leaves with no plans "but rest." Twitter has already posted a job listing as it searches for his replacement. [Read more]...
Twitter director of platform Ryan Sarver departing

Twitter Officially Responds To Developers. Tries To Calm Fears.

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In Twitter’s development talk Google group, API lead Ryan Sarver took some time to try and calm developer’s fears regarding Twitter’s recent moves to acquire certain apps and effectively wipe out others.He explains the main motivation behind the acquisition of Tweetie was to remove the confusion that many new users...
Twitter Officially Responds To Developers. Tries To Calm Fears.

Apple Store employee doesn't have to be a genius to call the cops, rescues kidnap victim

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If you thought those recent Genius ads were hokey, perhaps consider how helpful Apple Store employees can be. This past Saturday night a woman in Louisville, KY was allegedly kidnapped by 32-year-old Victor A. Sarver, Jr. and forced at gunpoint to purchase numerous phones at her expense. Upon arriving at...
Apple Store employee doesn't have to be a genius to call the cops, rescues kidnap victim

Q&A: Twitter Execs Answer The Tough Questions At Chirp

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To close out Chirp today, five key Twitter employee/execs have taken the stage to answer audience questions. This will likely be one of the most interesting portions of the entire event, as many developers have been feeling angst over Twitter’s recent moves with Official BlackBerry/iPhone applications. And there are also...
Q&A: Twitter Execs Answer The Tough Questions At Chirp

Startups: Can You Trust Twitter?

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When Twitter COO, Dick Costolo announced on Monday that they were making some changes to their terms of service for developers, prohibiting third-party networks from advertising in users' streams, many in the tech industry initially reacted by saying that the move would spell the end of a number of startups...
Startups: Can You Trust Twitter?

Twitter now has 140 x 1,000 apps (or 140,000 if you don’t like things terms of 140)

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At the Gluecon just now, Twitter’s Ryan Sarver announced that since their Chirp conference in mid April, the number of Twitter apps has increased from 100,000 to 140,000. So since it’s been roughly 8 weeks since Chirp, that means that the Twitter app ecosystem is growing at about 5,000 apps...
Twitter now has 140 x 1,000 apps (or 140,000 if you don’t like things terms of 140)

Slices app shows that not all Twitter innovation is internal

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But OneLouder's app is one of those at risk from social network's 'stricter guidelines'An iPhone and Android app called Slices is the latest attempt at developing a Twitter client that plugs some of the holes in Twitter's official apps.Launched by OneLouder, which also developed the TweetCaster app, Slices claims to...
Slices app shows that not all Twitter innovation is internal

The Twitter Bird Has A Name

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Turns out the Twitter bird has a name: Larry the Bird. We wonder if he can beat Michael Jordan in an inter-galactic game of horse. [VIA] .@stop going over Design @ Twitter. The evolution of the Larry the Bird logo twitter.com/rsarver/status… — Ryan Sarver (@rsarver) February 27, 2012 Please...
The Twitter Bird Has A Name

The Future of Twitter’s Platform [INTERVIEW]

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Twitter has stolen the spotlight in the last week. It started off with the launch of a Twitter-built BlackBerry App and then escalated with the acquisition of Tweetie and the launch of Twitter’s ad platform.Now the spotlight is shining brightly at Twitter’s Chirp conference in San Francisco. Yesterday, Twitter’s...
The Future of Twitter’s Platform [INTERVIEW]

Twitter to Developers: Attach Any Data You Want to Tweets

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Metadata has long been part of Twitter applications. Viewing conversation threads or learning about a user’s location has changed how users interact with content and have provided third party app developers with great opportunities to innovate on Twitter’s platform.Ryan Sarver, Twitter’s Director of Platform, announced today at Chirp, the...
Twitter to Developers: Attach Any Data You Want to Tweets

After getting access to the Twitter firehose, social media data startup Dataminr lands $13m

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Real-time social media data firm Dataminr today announced that it has raised $13 million in Series B funding. The company says the round was led by existing Series A investors from the financial industry but also includes new backing from GSV Capital, Deep Fork Capital, Viceroy Capital, Wharton Equity Partners...
After getting access to the Twitter firehose, social media data startup Dataminr lands $13m

What Can Startups Learn from Last Week's Twitter Announcements?

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Last week brought two major announcements from Twitter. On Thursday, the company announced an official application for BlackBerry. On Friday, Twitter announced that it had purchased Atebits, the makers of the iPhone app Tweetie. Over the weekend, there was substantial discussion and a fair amount of hand-wringing by third-party developers,...
What Can Startups Learn from Last Week's Twitter Announcements?

Twitter to Developers: We Needed to Acquire Tweetie to Grow

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Twitter’s Ryan Sarver posted a note to the Twitter Developer Talk Google Group today responding to growing concerns by folks in the Twitter application development ecosystem that Twitter is directly competing with them with its acquisitions of tools that were in the past been provided by third party developers.The...
Twitter to Developers: We Needed to Acquire Tweetie to Grow

Developers, bracing themselves for Twitter API retrictions, call today’s post “ominous”

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Twitter’s success has long been intertwined with the independent developers that have chosen to use the platform. The third-party ecosystem made Twitter what it is in the most literal fashion possible. That’s why there has been some consternation over a post on Twitter’s developer blog today that coincided to the...
Developers, bracing themselves for Twitter API retrictions, call today’s post “ominous”

Communication breakdown: Twitter's confusing developers and neglecting power users

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Twitter is facing a lot of flack from developers today over the forthcoming changes to its API that will essentially throttle the growth of third-party clients. Twitter’s announcement should have been little surprise to anyone given that the company has been making signals in this direction for over a year...
Communication breakdown: Twitter's confusing developers and neglecting power users

Social Media Marketing Platform SocialFlow Raises $10 Million Series B

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SocialFlow, the makers of social marketing optimization technology that helps brands determine when to post their messages to social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well as which messages they should promote, has today closed on $10 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Fairhaven Capital,...
Social Media Marketing Platform SocialFlow Raises $10 Million Series B

Three departures for Twitter as Dev Relations Manager Jason Costa heads to Pinterest

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Twitter has seen three departures in recent weeks, with both TweetDeck founder Iain Dodsworth and Platform Director Ryan Sarver both announcing their exits today. The third is Jason Costa, who has been Developer Relations Manager at Twitter since early 2011, who actually took his leave quietly earlier this month. We’ve...
Three departures for Twitter as Dev Relations Manager Jason Costa heads to Pinterest

Twitter’s Executives Answer Everybody’s Questions [LIVE]

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At the final panel of the night for the Chirp Twitter conference, Twitter’s key executives are answering the audience’s questions. It’s a free-for-all of Q&A.The executives on stage: VP Product Jason Goldman, COO Dick Costolo, Director of Platform Ryan Sarver, CEO Evan Williams, and Co-Founder Biz Stone.Here are all...
Twitter’s Executives Answer Everybody’s Questions [LIVE]

F*CK you naysayers. Twitter did NOT f*ck us and just rocks.

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You guys are WRONG Twitter will keep getting huge and growing WITH its developers. It’s been a really stressful few days for the Twitter developers from the announcements of Friday to this decisive day of Chirp. Chirp started really with a fresh room this morning, ask Ryan Sarver when he...
F*CK you naysayers. Twitter did NOT f*ck us and just rocks.

Twitter's Email To Freaked Out Developers

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Twitter Platform Ream boss Ryan Sarver wrote an email over the weekend to third-party developers freaked-out by last week's news that Twitter had acquired Tweetie, the most popular iPhone Twitter app and announced Twitter announced its own BlackBerry app. Sarver tried to make the argument that Twitter's moves are good...
Twitter's Email To Freaked Out Developers

SmartThings Closes $3M Seed Round, Led By First Round Capital, Launches Competition To Grow Community Of Smart Object Developers

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Internet-of-things startup, SmartThings, this year’s winner of the Dublin Web Summit’s startup competition, has closed a $3 million seed round. The round was led by First Round Capital and includes contributions from SV Angel, Lerer Ventures, CrunchFund, Max Levchin, Yuri Milner’s Start Fund, David Tisch, A-Grade Investments, Chris Dixon, Vivi Nevo,...
SmartThings Closes $3M Seed Round, Led By First Round Capital, Launches Competition To Grow Community Of Smart Object Developers
Social: Twitter's New Rules of the Road Means Some Apps Are Roadkill

Twitter's director of platform Ryan Sarver leaves the nest

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Twitter’s director of platform Ryan Sarver is leaving the company after four years, he announced Friday, joining a number of other Twitter executives who have left the company or shifted roles in recent months. As many anticipate that the company is preparing for an eventual IPO, it’s interesting to see...
Twitter's director of platform Ryan Sarver leaves the nest

How Twitter Can Become A New Breed Of Technology Company | paidContent [del.icio.us]

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RT @joeybaker: Shockingly good article on @paidcontent by @Khrisloux (of Echo) on Twitter's potential future http://bit.ly/aDVbzE...
How Twitter Can Become A New Breed Of Technology Company | paidContent [del.icio.us]
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After Four Years At Twitter, Director Of Platform Ryan Sarver Will "Fly The Coop" With "No Plans But Rest"

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Ryan Sarver, who joined Twitter four years ago and is currently its director of platform, announced today he’ll be leaving the company on June 28th, and has “no plans but rest”. Fittingly, he announced his departure in a series of tweets seen below. After four incredible, indelible years at Twitter...
After Four Years At Twitter, Director Of Platform Ryan Sarver Will "Fly The Coop" With "No Plans But Rest"
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