The book features the feed, extensively annotated, plus an extensive epilogue about the story, and a foreword by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone. Added bonus: you don't have to scroll so much.
The Chicago Humanities festival is an amazing, city-wide event that brings authors, thinkers, artists, and more from around the world into the city for the first few weeks of November. I've been a number of times and am stunned each time.
I am truly honored to have been asked to give a talk about @MayorEmanuel and real-time storytelling as part of this year's theme of “tech•knowledgē.” I'll be talking on Sunday November 13 at the Harold Washington Library, 3:30pm. Tickets are $5, teachers and students are free. Click here for the full listing and ticket info.
Also, if I can give you some picks of my own from the Festival: