The giant hashtag statue? Jon Ball, a former Twitter engineering manager, owns that. (“I think I got a pretty decent deal on that,” he said. “My wife doesn’t think so.”) Paintings of famous Twitter moments? People bought those, too. What was the experience of the auction like? “It’d be like if somebody you love went bankrupt and then you’re bidding on the remains.”
There are still some mysteries, though — like where the log cabin went.
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