Monday, May 14, 2007 by Dave Winer.
He says he'd pay $100 a year for a Twitter that was always fast, almost always up, and had some additional features.
Just FYI, because of their API, you don't really need Ev and Biz to do that for you. A bunch of us could pool resources and set up a server of our own, and peer with Twitter's. If Twitter is down it would just queue up the messages, in the meantime, anyone who was on the premium system would see the messages immediately.