The Human Side of Twitter contains 2200+ tweets, humorous or otherwise, mined from the archives of Twitter. In this revised edition, which contains nearly twice the content of the first edition, you can listen in to the t-so-personal thoughts of rmal (?) people from all over the world. Unlike most social networks, you see, Twitter is an open book. This book contains adult content.
Dr. Neil Sandow, is a health professional and a humorist. In 1997 Dr. Sandow launched www.RxLaughs.com, an ongoing online pharmacy cartoon that lampoons the industry, pharmacists, techs, interns, and pretty much anybody who's ever worked in or visited a drug store. Rxlaughs launched two years after the debut of Dr. Sandow's www.RxList.com which still serves millions of consumers and health professionals free, detailed prescription drug information online. With his years of experience on the Internet, Neil quickly recognized that Twitter represented a true technological breakthrough as it made people behave differently than they do in other public arenas. People open up on Twitter and say (tweet) things that they are thinking but often would not be sharing (particularly with strangers). Here you find rants, confessions, observations, dialogue, and attitude any time, anywhere, all day, every day. Neil has filtered a vast river of content to bring you this amusing, or otherwise, collection of his favorite tweets. You can follow Neil on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ditchner