Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Twitter book giveaway! Competition on Twitter

Win - "The History of the World Through Twitter" hardback book
This book is more than just a straight re-telling of history...Twitter is perhaps the most potent and versatile phenomenon yet thrown up by the web and the authors have created a fresh, hilarious, original and just occasionally (sort of) educational book which will take full advantage of the extraordinary popularity of Twitter.

On this day in history, 26th October 1965 The Queen awarded the Beatles their MBE medals at Buckingham Palace.

What would she tweet about this?  

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The History of the World Through Twitter
Takes readers on a voyage through world history, told through the speculative tweets of its some of the famous people: from the Lord's commentary at the creation of the universe to Hardy's view from the Battle of Trafalgar, and from the Mona Lisa's reaction to being painted to Jackie K's take on the JFK assassination.

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  1. She would tweet: One wishes to report MBEs bestowed upon those amusing young singers from Liverpool

  2. Rather excited to be meeting the boys today, wonder if I can get a sneaky kiss in with Paul.