The Morning Lowdown 03.04.2011

»  Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone says the company has no upcoming plans to go public or raise funding. More than that, he says the team isn’t even internally discussing a possible IPO. Stone also dismissed rumors that JPMorgan Chase & Co was in talks with Twitter to buy a 10 percent stake for $450 million, which would value the company at $4.5 billion. [Reuters]

»  Steve Buttry,’s director of community engagement, acknowledged TBD’s mistakes in a blog post on Thursday. He also hit back at Ohio University Journalism Professor Bill Reader’s assertion that TBD “never really did get a grasp on what community (or communities) would be serving.” [The Buttry Diary]

»  Select tweets concerning Cairo’s Tahrir Square have been compiled in a book due out this April. Called Tweets from Tahrir, the book features both tweets and pictures from cell phones from thousands of activists’ Twitter accounts. [AllThingsD]

»  Ever wonder what the top 10 most popular YouTube (NSDQ: GOOG) videos of all time are? Since Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Eminem are the only three people to have surpassed a billion video views, it probably isn’t a big surprise that number one is Justin Bieber’s “Baby” with 476,504,704 views. Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” comes in at number two and Shakira’s “Waka Waka” is third. Most of the videos in the top 10 are music videos rather than random, quirky clips. (In case you were wondering, the famous “Charlie bit my finger” clip comes in at number five.) [ReadWriteWeb]