Seinfeld was a show about ‘Nothing‘.
Twitter is a startup about ‘Nothing’.
Most users don’t even go to Twitter. It’s like Seinfeld…most of the action happened at the Coffee Shop, not at Seinfeld’s apartment.
Seinfeld had co-creators. Same with Twitter.
Larry David is socially inept, with dizzying and hilarious insights. On Twitter, 99 percent of the users are socially inept and 1 percent have dizzying and hilarious insights.
Seinfeld printed money for the creators, actors, networks, crew …
Twitter has printed money for the creators :)
Seinfeld weaved stories together at a pace and randomness that had never been seen. Twitter weaves together so many people and random connections that it is likely impossible to ever recreate. Both one of a kind.
Twitter is just the beginning.
If Twitter is the Seifeld of the Web, what’s Facebook?