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A novel told from a facebook timeline. A story about finding love, heartbreak and how social media is changing the way we live.
A novel told from a facebook timeline. A story about finding love, heartbreak and how social media is changing the way we live.
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    1. Kyle Creator on June 14, 2012

      @Thanks for backing, Jay. Really cool.

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      Jay Bee on June 14, 2012

      Dreaming is Easy, but actualizing the Dream.... well done.

    3. Kyle Creator on June 4, 2012

      Thanks, Matthew. I just read your bio, I freakin' love it. We both share a love for Starbucks coffee tables and 8 hour sessions at B&N. Haha. Thanks for the support.

    4. Matthew Fleming on June 4, 2012

      This book sounds awesome. As a person who loves a good story more than anything else, I'm extremely excited to read this. Good luck with the funding and keep on writing.

    5. Kyle Creator on June 4, 2012

      Thanks. Scott! First of all, I would LOVE to read your doctoral dissertation, that's sounds AMAZING. I'll have to email you. Second of all, thank you so much for the support!

      It was a very surreal experience when Facebook timeline came out, to go back all the way to 2003 and see all the memories that had been stored along the way. At that point, I tried to imagine what it would be like to go back at the end of my life.... Wow.

      Thanks again, Scott!

    6. Scott Silverman on June 4, 2012

      Kyle, this is a very cool project. I wrote my doctoral dissertation on Facebook (I still hold claim to it being the first completed doctoral work on Facebook and online social media.....certainly from the perspective of an educator and student development theory.....and you've managed to take a unique look at the phenomenon. Nice!

    7. Brenton Gieser on May 23, 2012

      I'm completely enamored by the "A Life Told from the Cloud" even before reading a sentence from the book. It's fascinating to think about the residual impact Facebook has on our society today. Even more fascinating is thinking about the impact it will have tomorrow and years from now. Indexing our public lives in the cloud can have implications on how we behave, interact with people, and even, look back on our lives.

      Very interested to see how a fiction novel with a comedic flair will weave in the theme.