Twitter Tools for eBookNewser Readers

n177642892269_1792.jpgNext week both eBookNewser editors will be reporting live from’s eBook Summit. To help our readers follow the event, we’ve built a special Twitter list collecting the 140-character wisdom from registered summit attendees–a list that includes digital publishers, writers, and journalists.

The list will have a digital home on @eBookNewser our brand-new Twitter page. Already you can explore the whole list for digital news, ideas, and conversation. Next week, follow the hashtag #ebooksummit on Twitter for live-feed version of the eBook Summit and join the conversation virtually.

For all the Facebook users in the audience, we’ve also built a Facebook page to connect attendees before the event. If you are attending and want to add your feed to the list, email GalleyCat. Join the conversation–using all these new tools, we hope to continue the digital publishing conversation in 2010, both online and offline.