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Twitter - Everything you need to know about twitter

A guide that will teach you all the twitter techniques you need to know to start using the fastest growing social media site on the internet…

Submitted:Sep 1, 2009
Author:T. Godwin
Brand:T. Godwin
Total comments:0
Category:Networks, Protocols & APIs
1 diggs • 0 comments • Feb 9, 2010

Twitter - Everything you need to know about twitter

Amazon.com: Twitter - Everything you need to know about twitter eBook: T. Godwin: Kindle Store

1 diggs • 0 comments • Sep 1, 2009

Twitter - Everything you need to know - kindle

Amazon.com: Twitter - Everything you need to know about twitter: T. Godwin: The Kindle Store

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Txtng: The Gr8 Db8

Text messaging has spread like wildfire. Indeed texting is so widespread that many parents, teachers, and media pundits have been outspoken in their criticism of it. Does texting spell the end of western civilization?

In this humorous, level-headed and insightful book, David Crystal argues that the panic over texting is misplaced. Crystal, a world renowned linguist and prolific author on the uses and abuses of English, here looks at every aspect of the phenomenon of text-messaging and considers its effects on literacy, language, and society…

Submitted:Sep 9, 2008
Author:David Crystal
Brand:Oxford University Press, USA
Total comments:0
Category:Telephony
2 diggs • 0 comments • Sep 9, 2008

amazon -- right book, wrong review

check out the customer reviews for this book. everyone is reviewing a Spanish-English dictionary, not the book that this page is about.

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Inside the SPAM Cartel: By Spammer-X

Authored by a former spammer, this is a methodical, technically explicit expose of the inner workings of the SPAM economy. Readers will be shocked by the sophistication and sheer size of this underworld.

From the Author: "You may hate spam and think all spammers are evil, but listen to my story and see why I do this and more importantly, HOW."

For most people, the term "SPAM" conjures up the image of hundreds of annoying, and at times offensive, e-mails flooding their inbox every week…

Submitted:Jul 6, 2006
Author:Spammer-X
Brand:Syngress
Total comments:1
Category:Network Administration
9 diggs • 0 comments • Jul 19, 2007

Inside the Spam Cartel: Trade Secrets from the Dark Side

Hilarious book! Reading ?Inside the Spam Cartel? (ITSC) is like watching a racing car crash; you?re horrified to see it happen, but you can?t take your eyes off it. ITSC exposes spam from the point of view of the ?enemy? - a spammer who claims ?you need to be ruthless in this industry if you want to make any money at it?.

1 diggs • 1 comment • Jul 6, 2006

Inside the Spam Cartel : Trade Secrets from the Dark Side

You may hate spam and think all spammers are evil, but listen to my story and see why I do this and more importantly, HOW.

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