Twitter's No-Biz-Model Stone on "The Colbert Report"
Here’s the video of Twitter co-founder Biz Stone with Stephen Colbert last night on the Comedy Central cable television show.
Stone–the spokesmodel for the hot microblogging service–does very well and is even charming, even though Colbert nails the problems of the San Francisco-based Twitter cold in the lively interview.
“How would you make money?” asked Colbert, after some preliminary joking with Stone about Twitter’s 140-character limit.
When Stone went on about how Twitter planned to be a “strong, profitable, independent company,” Colbert was ready with a zinger.
“You and Pets.com.”
Still, it was semi-cute when Stone told Colbert that “if i have a son, I should name him Flint.”
(Stone’s actual first name, by the way, is Isaac.)
Here’s the video:
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