UPDATE (Yup, I’m putting the update up top):
Turns out Facebook isn’t the only place where the book is being discussed. Here’s a whole new set of links and things you can do if you’re a friend.
First and foremost, you can buy the book, it’s now available at:
Digg the AOC launch page, which was set up by Gavin Heaton:
Google Map featuring the location of each author, put together by Matt Dickman:
Background on the book and authors:
Read about the book‚??s origin
Learn about the authors
Read about the charity
The story behind the dedication
An introduction of each author in 8 posts
I’m not sure we realized how much buzz and just how big this was going to be when we signed on ‚?? know I didn’t. But this whole effort is turning into some much more special than I had originally anticipated. This is one project that I’m really proud to have been associated with.
Consider this an open invitation. Whether you’ve contributed to The Age of Conversation or not, we’d like you to join our group over at Facebook. If you’re there and not already a member, look for the “Age of Conversation Contributors + Friends” group. In a few short days, we’re already 40+ members strong.
Come aboard, start a thread, get to know the contributors and other supporters. There are a lot of us there ‚?? and I think the group still has a chance to grow.
The book launches on Monday, it’s already been featured in Advertising Age and Social Computing Magazine (thanks to David). There’s a buzz ‚?? and it’s building. The Facebook group is your chance to join the largest collection of contributors in one place. Hope to see you there.
Also, visit the Age of Conversation blog, it’s now live ‚?? and a great place to find out more about everything AOC.