"My Life in Tweets" is a hardback book that recounts 4,100 of James Bridle's Twitter updates, starting in 2007. Anyone who's ever spent some time on Twitter can appreciate the saliency of insights like, "Hello London," and "Feeling hungover."
Twitter detractors probably won't want to read "My Life in Tweets," but for Twitter fans, it's a curious insight into one man's stream of consciousness over two years.
Implications - James Bridle's Twitter Updates can provide a great insight into how you can become a successful twitter-preneur. With over 4,100 tweets chronicled you will be going through this for some time. Pick it up at a bookstore near you.
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