Friday, March 20, 2009

Doesn't Need to MEAN Anything

"E-book Pioneer," James Bridle collected two years worth of his Twitter posts and published a "sleek" hardcover on-demand at LuLu. The book is called My Life in Tweets. Says he: "I wanted to ... see if you could make a traditional diary/journal in retrospect. And you can, and it's quite nice. No, most of it doesn't mean anything, certainly not to anyone else, but it makes physical a very real time and effort ... " (Courtesy GalleyCat)

Somebody please throw me under a train if my life's meaning is ever so whittled down.

3 comments:

plug said...

dude(tte), it on lulu. i might feeling slashing if Random House bought this, but twitter+lulu is about as low as you can go. this is like easting Slim Jims for lunch and washing it down with RC Cola.

waxing n. said...

"this is like easting [sic] Slim Jims for lunch and washing it down with RC Cola."

Hey, this sounds like my life twenty-some years ago, but the RC Cola had rum in it. Ah, the memories!

plug said...

dag i type! i had rum