Reading book review of Monkeys with Typewriters from Jemima Gibbons

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Monkeys with Typewriters

Monkey-typing On Wednesday, I attended the book launch of Jemima Gibbons’ new book on social media, Monkeys with Typewriters.

The book is named after the theoretical monkeys or apes who, given long enough, produce the complete works of Shakespeare, and therefore explain the golden rules of social media:

  1. It’s simple (because monkeys can do it)
  2. It’s fun (why else would monkeys bother)
  3. Its ubiquitous (everywhere you look, there’s another goddamn monkey with a typewriter).

To be continued http://blog.social-advantage.com/2009/12/monkeys-with-typewriters.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+SocialAdvantage+%28Social+Advantage%29

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