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November 6, 2010

Create Printed Twitter Books/Ebooks From Tweets

Filed under: Online Tools,Twitter — Tags: , — Kabir @ 11:29 pm

Here is some really exciting news for all you Twitter fans out there who just can’t get over “Tweet”ing. We came across this new and unique web site which allows users to convert the history of their Tweets into journals (hence the name “Twournal”), sell them and even buy others’ Twournal. So how about it? Want to sell your Twitter book printed out of Tweets?

The web site has a unique concept, a great interface and is extremely user friendly. You don’t need to be an Einstein to learn how to create your Twournal. Users can also add various pictures, choose their own book cover and also add messages. In short, users can add and customize as they like and make their tweet journal as attractive as possible. To get started, you need to register for free. But registering might be problem. It’s in private beta form presently, so users willing to join have to request for an invitation and you can join the waiting list. As soon as they are ready for more users, you’ll receive an invitation and you can register.

Key Features

  • Turn your Tweets into a live journal
  • Publish online, sell and also buy others’ Twournals
  • Registration required
  • Free to use
  • Option of creating an eBook of your Tweets
  • Add pics, cartoons and customize your book cover in your own way
  • Make it as attractive as possible
  • Currently in private beta form
  • Free shipping in US only

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About is a free to use web service, started shortly. It enables users to create a live journal (which can be easily shipped, charges as applied) out of your Tweets. Users can buy others’ Twournals and sell theirs. They also enjoy the feature of creating their own print cover of the book to make attractive. Also, add pictures from your Twitter account to your Twournal.

How is Twournal Helpful?

How about this? Say after 50 years from now, we don’t know if Twitter will be there or not, but your Twournal will sure be there, even after your life. So who knows, may be your grandchildren pick one of your Twournals from the attic and started reading about your social life.

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