Comments on: Writing a novel? Just tweet it Perspectives on South Asian politics Thu, 02 Jun 2016 08:03:22 +0000 hourly 1 By: Gaurav Thu, 08 Oct 2009 05:29:57 +0000 twitter and others are no doubt nice, but I always wanted to bring in a concept to microblogging !

I hereby post a Review-Request for ,

A microblogging service; which is a platform to –
1. Make yourself heard, comment on news, stories and current affair.
2. Share your experiences, memories and events with your friends and family.
3. Connect with different people with similar emotional attributes as yours.
(eg: if attrocities on animals make you sad, connect with others who share the same feeling)
4. Jot-down your experiences. You usually have so many things to say – a constant stream of thoughts, comments and observations running through your head continuously.
5. Last but not the least, has everything (and much more) that twiiter has.

6. A wonderful timeline coming shortly (in few weeks)

By: Prem Rao Tue, 06 Oct 2009 08:56:38 +0000 What an interesting idea. Writing a story is tough enough. Writing it in 140 character bursts must be challenging – and fun:)

By: sanjay gupta Wed, 12 Aug 2009 15:14:48 +0000 Well, Twitter itself is ‘novel’ and most people are still figuring it out. Adding another layer of novelty through Twiction, Twister et al only adds to its intrigue. For sustainable literary interest, however, 140-character bites just won’t suffice. But if a famous author (I hate to mention Rowling) chooses to twitter about Potter, I’m sure the market will be a-jitter with buzz!

By: soulsearcher Mon, 10 Aug 2009 14:18:28 +0000 Reading just 140 characters of an entire story and sustaining your interest till the next 140 characters is posted (when?) doesn’t seem very interesting. So the medium gets a total thumbs-down from me.

By: vipul Mon, 10 Aug 2009 08:38:59 +0000 If this really gets people to start reading (for pleasure)or even think about taking up reading, it would be quite a pleasant surprise.
The idea of 140 character story is quite intriguing.

By: Hanit Mon, 10 Aug 2009 03:44:12 +0000 The big question is where are all these writers going to get money from? Though it seems like a great idea, without any revenue source it will fizz out.