Who Invented The Blogger? History Of Blogger - Biography of Evan Williams
Who Invented The Blogger? History Of Blogger - Biography of Evan Williams- Before the existence of Facebook and Twitter , Blog is a social media that much loved by the internet users . People can communicate through blogs by distributing interactive information and comments on blogs. but with the growing development of new social media like Facebook , Twitter , Wechat and others. commentary activities on the blog is getting less.
It is Evan Williams, a US entrepreneur who has established several businesses. Among the most famous is Blogger (before it was purchased by Google). He has also been CEO of Twitter, replacing Jack Dorsey. Evan Williams now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife, Sara Morishige. Together they have one child.
Williams who was born on March 31, 1972 in Nebraska, grew up on a farm in Clarks, Nebraska, where he was assisted by a crop irrigation in the summer. He studied at the University of Nebraska for a year and a half, but then he left to pursue a career.
Apart from the University of Nebraska, Williams works at various technology and start-up companies in Key West, Dallas, Austin, Texas and family farms in Nebraska. In 1996 Williams moved to Sebastopol, California in Sonoma County, where he worked at O'Reilly Media. At O'Reilly He sits into a marketing position but eventually becomes an independent contractor and writes computer code , which causes loose opportunities with companies including Intel and Hewlett-Packard.
Pyra Labs and Blogger
On August 23, 1999, Blogger was launched by Pyra Labs. As one of the first blog publishing tools in the world, Blogger plays a role in popularizing the blog format in the world. In February 2003, Pyra Labs was acquired by Google , making a number of Blogger premium features previously commercialized by Pyra Labs into a completely free service. In October 2004, co-founder of Pyra Labs, Evan Williams, resigned from Google .
Evan Williams and Meg Hourihan founded Pyra Labs to create software project management. A feature listed as Blogger, one of the first web apps to create and manage weblogs, Williams discovered the term "blogger" and was instrumental in popularizing the term "blog".
Among Obvious Corp's projects is Twitter , a free social networking and micro-blogging service. Twitter in October 2008, with Williams as co-founder, board member and investor In October 2008, Williams became CEO of Twitter , replacing Jack Dorsey who is chairman of the board In February 2009. (Wikipedia)