Do you think your tweets could fill a book? A literal book? James Bridle decided that his did -- all 4100 of them. Using self-publishing site, Lulu, Bridle turned his tweets into a modern memoir, calling it "My Life in Tweets: Volume I." A gorgeous, hardcover collection of two years of tweets, Bridle decided to publish these 140-character moments, saying he didn't "want to lose all those incidentals, the casual asides, the remarks and responses."

Do your tweets warrant publication? Is this the beginning of a new literary genre?