Even though it’s been around for a while, I just found my way to TwitterLit, a site that offers the first sentence from an unidentified book. Provided that the sentence is less than 140 characters, which is Twitter’s size limit for text. This offering capitalizes on the widespread like of word games and puzzles. Presently, […]
Scott Karp writes Publishing 2.0, a blog about how technology is transforming media.
I’m using Twitter today (when it’s up) for note-sharing on the panels I’m attending at BlogSavannah Unconference 2008. Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about unconferences: An unconference is a conference where the content of the sessions is created and managed by the participants (generally day-by-day during the course of the event) rather than by […]
Evan “Ev” Williams is a native Nebraskan who went on to help create Blogger, which he and his partners then sold to Google. Now, he and Biz Stone have Twitter and whatever else becomes Obvious.
David Weinberger is author of Everything Is Miscellaneous.