In all seriousness, is a filter something you'd consider?
Stone: One of the things we've done from the beginning is keep it real black and white what's public and what's private. You're either all out there in public, or you protect your account, which means the only people who see your tweets are those who you allow one by one. It may have some disadvantages, in that there's one or two people you wish weren't looking at your tweets. But the overall benefit of being public and reaching so many people outweighs the one or two people you wish you could reverse parental-block. On the flip side, you can block people on Twitter who you don't want to hear from.
Any features you'd like to request from Biz?
?uestlove: I don't know how many artists have stalked me because they think I have some power to verify their accounts. Is there some sort of secret jury who decides who gets verified?
Stone: We've stopped accepting requests for verification through the website. We introduced verification because there were certain politicians and celebrities who were getting impersonated. Rather than chase down every fake account, we verified the one real account. But once you introduce a badge, everybody wants a badge. Regular folks, like some of our investors, were like, "Can you verify me?" But no one's going to impersonate them.