Playwright Isaac Oliver (check out his on-again, off-again solo show “Intimacy Idiot” if you get the chance) talked about a less than romantic tryst and took a picture with Bookvibe correspondent Mike Blejer. Said picture may have been taken in the sixties and only found now in a box in the attic.

Writer Joe Berkowitz told a story about the trials and tribulations of apartment hunting in New York and took a picture with bookvibe correspondent Mike Blejer afterwards.

Actor-Writer-Storyteller Katherine Wessling was also on the show, and afterwards took a picture with bookvibe correspondent Andrew Tavin who may have not been prepared for the intensity of the iphone camera flash.

Bookvibe was at the July edition of Blaise Allysen Kearsley’s “How I learned ” storytelling series. Here’s she is telling a hilarious story about her neighbor.

Exciting News!

Today Parakweet is happy to announce the release of book pages on BookVibe, our social book discovery service.

  • BookVibe has released pages for over 500,000 book titles highlighting the social discussions happening around each book, including sentiment and buzz.
  • From over 400 million tweets being posted on Twitter every day, BookVibe accurately identifies over 100,000 discussions on books. We’ve analyzed nearly 50 million micro-reviews and book discussions, allowing us to measure the social buzz and sentiment of the books people are talking about.
  • These entity pages are generated completely automatically, including the aggregation of the social discussions and sentiment about the book.
  • Consumers, publishers and authors can now tap into micro-reviews on books that readers are generating organically in the social universe
  • Parakweet’s natural language processing platform outperforms leading academic research in accurately identifying a huge number of book titles and the meaning of surrounding text. To detect a wide range of titles well is no easy task as many titles have their own quirks.

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