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Favorite Twitter user to follow:
Pretty simple—not a celebrity feed, but I love watching my wife's Twitter stream—she posts pictures from the adventures that she and my son have during the day. I really like seeing into that time.
How Twitter helps him run Mozilla:
Mozilla is a huge community of people all around the world—different time zones, countries, companies—and Twitter lets me follow both the mood and the substance of the community sort of in my peripheral vision. Reduces surprises, of course, but also a great way to figure out what's important to do next.
"http://bit.ly/WC8gh Brilliant article by Gladwell. When underdogs fight like Goliath, they lose. When they fight like David, they win"
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