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New York Times columnist and reporter Nick Bilton is publishing a book about Twitter, and it’s officially available for pre-order from Amazon.
The book, set to debut November 5, promises to be a juicy read, judging by the title alone: “Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal.”
TV history is about to be made, with HBO’s first-ever live social media event in celebration of the Season 6 premiere of cult favorite True Blood.
This Sunday, June 16 before the premiere, 13 cast members will kick off the programming with HBO’s first-ever real-time broadcast from the set of Fangtasia, the after-dark bar and nightclub where humans and vampires mingle, in partnership with Mass Relevance.
Director Robert Rodriguez, known for From Dusk till Dawn and Sin City, relied on Twitter as a crowdsourcing mechanism for his new short film, Two Scoops.
To complete the film, Rodriguez challenged his Twitter followers to help cast the “agent” character, suggest a weapon, design a villainous monster and submit photos of themselves to be used as missing people posters.
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