How A Spare Computer Became Twitpic, A $1.5 Million A Year Twitter Success Story

In 2008, Noah Everett wanted to share photos on Twitter. Since there was no way to do it, he grabbed an old server and created Twitpic as a side project.

http://mixergy.com/twitpic-noah-everett/

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  1. How A Spare Computer Became Twitpic, A $1.5 Million A Year Twitter Success Story

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  4. How A Spare Computer Became Twitpic, A $1.5 Million A Year Twitter Success Story

    —Huffduffed by irkman on January 24th, 2010

  5. How A Spare Computer Became Twitpic, A $1.5 Million A Year Twitter Success Story

    —Huffduffed by corcovado on February 9th, 2010

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