Author Emma Woods has released her review of Post-Modem, and it’s decidedly positive.
A loyal fan has sent me irrefutable proof that my book is now available for purchase on Amazon.com (and at BarnesAndNoble.com, though that screenshot was much less fascinating) for $14.99. I’m also told that, per my request, Amazon is pairing my book with only the most exclusive day-to-day calendars, as specifically related to memes (in this case, an hilarious series of 365 instances of people being mean to dogs).
As I likely, or should have, mentioned in my book, the success of a meme can only be judged in physical terms. Analytics, facts and numbers can only do so much, when applied to the digitalness of the Internet and Internet-based materials. It’s when the physicality of paper comes into the mix that the same analytics, facts and numbers actually start to mean something. Having that physical thing in your hand, something you can watch literally reduce in mass before your eyes, day-by-day (in the case of a day-to-day calendar or a book you’ve vowed to slowly destroy), reminds us of the hope that we can fill life with, provided we do so through humanity’s most succinct and pure form of expression – the meme.
You can also buy the book for $41.99 NZ ($27.89 US) at this website, should you choose to do so.
– Jason C. Klamm, B.A.
You can buy Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained today to learn how housewives in the 50s combined a turntable and a HAM radio to get Wi-Fi. What’s the the connection between “Mad Men”‘s Jon Hamm and AskJeeves (hint: you might want to ask Jon Hamm!). Is Richard Dawkins real? How did Stalin create the first LOLCat via Sputnik?
Whether an expert or a “newber,” Post-Modem is guaranteed to tell you something you would have never known about The Internet without picking up this book. Post-Modem is the unabridged, unedited history of the Internet you’ve always needed.
PURCHASE LINK: http://bit.ly/postmodembook
On Tuesday, November 17th at 8 PM, your author, Jason C. Klamm, B.A., will be launching his double-length novella Post-Modem: The Interwebs Explained at The One Up arcade and gastrolounge. It will be hosted by brilliant actor Jeremy Guskin and will feature a reading by the author. More information on the official event page: bit.ly/postmodemlaunch.
Comedian Jackie Kashian says about the book:
“This is the longest, most detailed, best written joke in the world. It’s like being trapped in a car while someone tells you that 45min joke that ends ‘Then the horse said, “dogs can’t talk”’.”