Dom Sagolla is an entrepreneur and angel investor in San Francisco.
Dom helped create Twitter, the Obama '08 iPhone App, and introduced the founding engineers at Square.
He is also,
Founder of DollarApp,
Founder of Hackathon, Inc. (creators of iPhoneDevCamp)
Author of 140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form.
Oct, 2009 - Current (almost 7 years)
Co-founder and Organizer
Jul, 2007 - Current (about 9 years)
Co - Founder & Director
2007 - Current (over 9 years)
|Mar 21, 2016||Wired News - On Its 10th Birthday, a Short History of Twitter in Tweets|
|Nov 20, 2014||The Next Web - The Next Web|
|Jun 19, 2013||Fast Company - #Unplug: The 4 Biggest Temptations To Replug During Your Digital Detox|
|Feb 11, 2013||Fast Company - The Recommender: Greg Alvo, Jane McGonigal And More On What They're Loving This Month|
|Nov 18, 2012||Venture Beat - The legendary pivot: How Twitter flipped from failure to success [video]|
|Oct 19, 2012||Fast Company - Dom Sagolla: What can a big company learn from a small start-up?|
|Mar 21, 2012||CNet - Twitter's first obscenity (and other 6th birthday memories) - CNET|
|Dec 10, 2010||The Next Web - WTF? Social Networking is Good for Language?|