A research note written by a 15-year-old, who was not born when former UK chancellor Nigel Lawson dismissed London analysts as “teenage scribblers”, has become the talk of middle-aged media executives and investors.Twitter is pointless. It has some value, but how can you run a business based upon the occasional riot in Tehran or plane crash in the Hudson?
“Teenagers do not use Twitter,” he pronounced. Updating the micro-blogging service from mobile phones costs valuable credit, he wrote, and “they realise that no one is viewing their profile, so their tweets are pointless”.
Hey John. I asked you this more than a year ago. Where's the revenue? Show me the money.