In the Details | Jack Dorsey
A Panoply of Eccentric Biographical Data Re: Twitter’s Visionary Inventor
HE HAS since grown sufficiently comfortable with New York City that he has considered making a bid for its mayoralty someday—though this would entail flipping his current seven-to-one ratio of San Francisco days to New York days. (Twitter has offices in both cities.) His platform would include a call for universal public access to high-speed Internet service.
HE SUBSCRIBES to the notion that purple foods are good for you. He is correspondingly chagrined that he cannot bring himself to like eggplant.
HIS TIPPLE of choice is tequila, neat.
HE WAS, for a time before Twitter happened, a licensed massage therapist in the state of Missouri. His preferred method was craniosacral therapy, which produces a result, he avers, where “you get off the table and you’re just melting.” He still occasionally administers massages, albeit “not for pay.”
HE READS Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea at least once a year.
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Photograph by Patrick Ecclesine.