I wanted this book to convert me to a twitterati, and it didn't. By the time I got around to writing the review, a new edition is available, and maybe that one would be more persuasive. Suspect that if you tweet, you don't need the book, and if you don't get Twitter, a book's not going to help much.
I've been a Twitter addict for about 18 months now, and I'd like to think I know the majority of what there is to know about how it works and what you can do with it. But after reading Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets by Paul McFedries, I realize that you *can* teach an old dog new tricks. I picked up a number of nuggets here that have worked their way into my Twitter consciousness, making the experience even more enjoyable. Contents: How Do I Get Started with … more
‘…a complete guide to the tweets, apps and tricks involved in belonging to one of the world's fastest-growing communities.' (Management Today, July 2010).--This text refers to an alternatePaperbackedition.