Books · Podcasts · Social networks A massive asynchronous book club on Twitter Jon Gordon April 15, 2010, 7:22 AM Apr 15, 2010 2 Listen Featured Audio – Download MP3 – iTunes One Book, One Twitter is an effort to get as many Twitter users as possible to read the same book this summer. ‹ Older The man behind WikiLeaks Newer › Library of Congress to harvest billions of Tweets Browse by category Politics Environment Transcript Podcasts History Innovation Music tech Tech & society Mobile Wireless Search Privacy Security Broadband Robots Economics Microsoft Transportation Google Books Hardware Apple Sports Other Finance Social networks Cyber war News business Health tech Games Piracy Education tech Green tech Copyfight Reading recommendations Government Humor Military Yahoo Open source Censorship Gadgets Cloud computing Software About the blogger Jon Gordon firstname.lastname@example.org • @jongordon • 1-651-290-1024 Jon Gordon was the director of digital news for MPR News. 2 Responses to “A massive asynchronous book club on Twitter” TwinkietheLibrarian says: April 19, 2010 at 12:19 am The goal of One Book initiatives are to bring people together in their city. He doesn’t really get it. And, Ten Years of Solitude? Do you mean One Hundred? Jon Gordon says: April 19, 2010 at 9:37 am Um, yeah. Did I say “ten”? Whoops. I know it’s 100 of course. That was a weird verbal slip that I did not catch. Thanks for pointing it out!