Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Five Twitter Accounts to Compensate for Horse Ebooks

Posted By on Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 12:12 PM


The Internet socialites were seemingly hit with a fatal blow yesterday: the revealing of the humans behind Horse_Ebooks and Pronunciation Book. I want to first say that I don't feel cheated that Horse_Ebooks and Pronunciation Book (though I prefer the parody-of-a-parody: Pronunciation Manual) were real people making conceptual art out of the Internet. Twitter isn't only one of the best platforms for jokes—it can also be seen as a set of formal restrictions an artist works to master. But, I'm sure some of you who do feel cheated may need some compensatory rebound accounts to fill the void and lick the wounds. So, we submit these five Twitter accounts for your consideration.

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