Did you know that Twitter co-founder Biz Stone is publishing a book?
Yes, we know he’s published a couple before on the topic of blogging: Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content and Who Let The Blogs Out?, but THIS book will be different. We think.
Taking a break from his secretive-ish venture at The Obvious Corporation, Biz Stone is writing a book titled Things A Little Bird Told Me.
AppNewser tells us that in this book, slated for an April 2014 release by Hachette’s Grand Central Publishing, Stone will talk about his experiences at Google and co-founding Twitter (of course) and his latest experiences at The Obvious Corporation.
He co-founded Obvious in 2011 and it focuses on “building systems that help people work together to make the world smarter, healthier, and just…better. At our offices, engineers and designers are hard at work on a new Internet application—we’re working in a familiar space with a fresh perspective.” If that isn’t as clear as mud, we’re not sure what is.
But back to the book. The story is said to focus on creativity. “I’ve found that my experiences resonate with a very wide array of individuals at different stages in their lives. I’m excited to create a physical artifact to share the lessons I’ve learned,” says Stone.
So, no – this book is not only for the wildly successful social network co-founding vegan crowd. The rest of us will be able to benefit from this ‘physical artifact’ as well. Obviously.
Though it’s kind of unfortunate that he isn’t publishing it one tweet at a time, like Jennifer Egan. Hmmph.
Oh and in case you’re wondering, this is how he became known as Biz. It isn’t just a jerky “I’m so smart in business” deal. Whew!
Will you be checking out the book?
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