Would you like to welcome Twitter in your neighborhood?
GigaOM :: Twitter CEO Dick Costolo talked with advocates for the city of San Francisco Thursday, talking about how Twitter’s move into office space in the city has helped the company keep options for growing larger and allowed employees to be flexible.
[Eliza Kern:] ... dropping the high-tech company in the middle of a long-rundown area has created questions about whether the company will integrate at all into the neighborhood or remained a walled fortress, and whether its presence will make the area unaffordable for previous residents.
Thoughts, statements by Eliza Kern, gigaom.com
Eliza Kern on Twitter
First question for @dickc is how Twitter can interact more in the neighborhood. He says making sure office isn't a "castle" is a priority.— Eliza Kern (@elizakern) October 12, 2012