John Wiley & Sons have published the book 140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form in print and digital download. DollarApp has produced a companion application, now available in the iTunes App Store.
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From a designer:
Inspired by new mediums of publishing, such as Twitter, this book provides a refreshing look at the breadth of linguistic techniques that shine with the advent of the modern short form.
In the midst of all the conflicting hype about Twitter, Dom Sagolla has produced a veritable bible which will guide anyone in participating in the most interesting social networking phenomena of the last several years (without appearing to be a newbie). His deep insights will inform both beginners and long-time Twitter users alike, and his inimitable style makes it an enjoyable read!
With [140 Characters], @Dom has captured and conveyed the potent new short form language of the emergent 21st Century Twitterverse in a way that only a master practitioner and true pioneer can.
And a business school president:
Reading 140 Characters, I found out how to create value and look cool using Twitter.
Gifford Pinchot, co-founder and President Emeritus of the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, author of Intrapreneuring (Harper Collins, 1986).
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