I only ask because Tech companies on the stock market tend too move toward the darkside of success. Going back to Myspace, they didn’t go public, but when they sold to a major corp, all downhill. Now FB went public with the biggest IPO in Tech history, and is starting to thrive a year later(actually just getting close to where it started), but initially it was looking kinda ugly.

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Tech companies tend to do better when they stay ‘grassroots’, and when they go on the stock market, people feel like the ‘cool factor’ is gone. Not a lot of average people bought a piece of FB, will Twitter ‘follow’ in the same steps, or will the public feel like they need to own a piece?! I will say as of now, Twitter has more activity than FB, so the possibility of the IPO may not affect them the same as others.