Tweet: The Book

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
What if Napoleon, Leonardo DaVinci, Henry Ford, Socrates or Julius Caesar (just to name a few) had a twitter account? What if you could read a tweet from Michelangelo as he worked on the Sistine Chapel? What would they say? (No doubt something more meaningful and useful than what’s in here, but that’s beside the point). More

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About William E. Lutz

William E. Lutz possesses a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from Rutgers School of Business, along with a Master's in Public Administration as well as an A+ from CompTIA and a Geomatics certification (GIS) from Cook College, Rutgers University.

Among other talents, Mr. Lutz is a writer with a strong technical background, having worked with such entities as Verisign, A.M. Best and a host of others ranging on issues from telecommunications (future trends) as well as AES (American Encryption Standard) development along with analysis of social trends. Some of his technology and social trend analysis can be found at his "Shockwaverider Blog" at

If you’re looking for a consummate and skilled professional in the realm of technical writing, grants / proposal, non-profit management and records management services, along with website design and development, check out:

Mr. Lutz is also an author of several books which can also be found on Barnes and Nobles and Amazon (click on the "Published Books" link above).

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Mr. Lutz is also available for public / conference speaking, instructional services (including webinars), whether in person or via Skype.

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Review by: William Lutz on May 5, 2013 :
What if some of the most famous people in history and literature had tweeted? Well, now you can read their tweets, and what tweets they are. Talk about punch lines. You'll find yourself laughing out loud.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Alice Coghill on May 3, 2013 :
Tweet: The Book

Laughed out loud picturing some of history’s most famous people feverishly tweeting. Mr. Lutz’s knowledge of history and his unique sense of humor made this short but sweet book a real treat for history and twitter buffs alike.

Roscoe's Mom in NJ
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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