It’s going really well. We are taking this very slow and thoughtful approach to it, which is frustrating for some Twitter watchers who say, “Why don’t you just blow it out?” But we really want to do it right. We are really thrilled with the early indications, but we have a ton more work to do there.
Q: When will Twitter go public?
I have no idea. Whenever I have that conversation, it’s always with people outside the company. We are not even discussing that in the board meetings. We are still discussing product decisions. It feels weird. We have been around for five years, but it feels more like five minutes.
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