Happy Friday, everybody! I hope you have fantastic weekends planned.
Let's get the happiness started a little early for rhapsodyinbooks, who's won Seen The Glory. Congratulations!
Right now, I'm reading Nick Douglas' Twitter Wit: Brilliance in 140 Characters or Less. With a foreward by a cofounder of Twitter, the book does a good job explaining the social networking site's impacts large and small. As a bonus, it's hilarious. I now want to friend everyone mentioned in it. A few gems:
The book comes out this fall, and while I've received this advanced version, it never hurts to sign up and suggest a few of your own favorite tweets at the book's Web site.
Next up: The Accidental Billionaires: The Founding of Facebook, A Tale of Sex, Money, Genius and Betrayal, by Ben Mezrich. Mezrich's last book, Bringing Down the House, was made into a movie, and it looks like this one is well on its way to the same treatment, with the screenplay written by Aaron Sorkin himself.
Let us know what you're reading, and it could be yours!