Twitter loses one of fundamental stones on which the social network was born from 140 characters. Biz Stone has announced its willingness to leave their daily commitment in the company, cutting the umbilical cord which had hitherto held together with co-founder and brand.
Although Twitter is now a clear structured group that does not require the presence of its founders in order to continue its path on the market, does reflect the fact that both co-founders are now focused on other activities. Jack Dorsey was the first to tack their attentions elsewhere founding Square, and thus shifting the focus of its activities away from the offices of Twitter.
Now is the turn of Biz Stone: The future, according to an official post on his personal blog, is along with Evan Williams (old partners and also linked to the founding of Twitter) for the revival of “The Obvious Corporation” incubator for start-ups with which to start from scratch. A dream come true: the perspectives of Biz Stone seem so heavily focused on the future, as shoulders to get a bracket that although the link with Twitter to stay alive is now considered closed.
Twitter is still looking for its own business model, its growth has always been eclipsed by the presence of Facebook and now the co-founders of the group have changed air. These are not news, the day when Google+ sees the light, can bring great enthusiasm among the chirping of the group.