August 18, 2020

I started working on ilo one evening

Dan Rowden @dr

I'd been using Twitter more intentionally since April. I'd then launched two projects on Twitter, showing me building them.

Twitter's own analytics product is great for very basic insights but there is definitely space for a better product.

One Wednesday evening in late July, I started working on the Twitter API, documenting my progress on Twitter.

Two days later (on my birthday!) I launched and started accepting people onto a waitlist.

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