Book Recommendation: The Lost Blogs

December 2, 2006 at 5:31 pm Leave a comment


Ever wonder how and what some of the most iconic personalities of our times like Jesus, Shakespeare or Newton would have written on their blogs if such existing technologies were to be available to them? Well this book answer that. It’s a totally fictional and humorous take on blogging with a wholly fresh and highly original perspective. Here’s an excerpt of a blog entry from a bloke who called himself Moses:

Moses moblogging the parting of the Red Sea:

“Without warning, God caused the waters to part for the people of Israel. I took a few pictures with my holy portable communication device, which includes a holy eye that can collect images which can be viewed here. The quality is not the best, but if you just feel one-half of the wonder that I felt – you will understand the feeling that swept the crowd. There’s a close up shot of me here waving at the Egyptians as they drowned in the rapidly filling sea. (You may not be able to fully see this in the pictures, that’s why I must mention that once we were all safely across, the waters began to fill back in. It was a glorious moment.)”


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