"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.