Go Tweet Yourself: 365 Reasons Why Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and Other Social Networking Sites Suck

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F+W Media, Sep 18, 2009 - Humor - 224 pages
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Flip Twitter the bird. Tell Facebook to f#@% off. Lose it on LinkedIn. Somewhere between the advent of Facebook and launching Twitter to the masses, the Internet betrayed us. It allowed pages to be viewed by job interviewers, newsfeeds to be flooded by Aunt Julie, and for constant tweets about what color socks that random girl from the study group is going to wear today. This book is the hilarious reply all that says: enough is enough. We don't want to see the pictures from your business trip to Omaha. We don't want a page-by-page account of what's going on in Twilight. We definitely don't want a virtual drink! When you can't fix the problem, fix the blame. And since there's no way in 2.0-hell that you can put an end to the bastardization of the Book, you may as well have a good laugh while pointing the finger at those who ruined your online experience.

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If you have some experience with social networking on the Internet, this book is a mustread to get to know the shadowside of it all. Janelle Randazza wrote this book in 365 short observations about ... Read full review

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Janelle Randazza (Boston, MA) has Friendstered, Facebooked, and Twittered her way into a writing career where she turns out articles on everything from Warcraft widows (The Boston Phoenix) to Sicilian winemaking (Yankee Magazine). She is also a semi-professional music groupie, but avoids stalking her favorite bands on MySpace.

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