About the blog
If you are a reader looking for new ways to experience books (and tips how to do it) or a self-publisher trying to improve the way you write and promote books, you may find Password Incorrect interesting.
The blog’s niche is sharing tips and ideas on how technology could enhance reading and writing in digital times. In many cases it’s not as easy as it seems. It’s like typing a password. You think you know it and every time you have to type again, you’re less and less sure about it.
Let the author of this blog test all the wrong passwords so that you can eventually pick up the correct one.
New posts are published once or twice a week. If you want to keep up with what’s new, get free updates via RSS feed.
About the author
Password Incorrect Blog is maintained by Piotr Kowalczyk – a self-publisher, iPhone artist, and mobile technology expert from Poland. He’s also a copywriter with over 20 years of experience in advertising.
His self-published books were downloaded across the web more than 300,000 times. In 2011 he founded Ebook Friendly – a site for ebook geeks where you can find tips, news, infographics, and fun stuff about reading in digital age.
Contact the author for public speaking, freelance design and copywriting, marketing consultancy or with any other question you have. Send an e-mail to piotr [at] passwordincorrect [dot] com or a message on Twitter.
Hashtag bio: #ebooks #mobile #fiction #1picstory #hashtagstory #fridayflash #iPhone #iPad #technology
About the books
If you are a geek looking for new literature genres, check those books self-published by Kowalczyk under a pen name Nick Name.
Geek Fiction Stories Vol. 1/2
A first volume of a tech-absurd short story collection. Designed to be a perfect mobile reading for geeks, who sometimes feel the need to recover from tech-related stress.
In a book, you’ll find 20 stories, which can help you redefine “absurd” from “being ridiculous” to “being funny”.
Bonus: 10 best hashtagstories – author’s original Twitter micro-fiction format.
Geek Fiction Stories Vol. 2/2
Volume 2 of a tech-absurd collection. 20 new stories, 10 new hashtagstories.
All of them proving, that life can be exciting even if you’re not taking part in an expedition to North Pole or enjoying parties on Ibiza.
A full adrenaline is guaranteed if you have a shiny laptop which is about to say: “Fatal error: Call to a member function loadObject() on line 666”.
Everyday hundreds of 140-character (or less) stories are posted to Twitter.
This is a collection of just a few. # is a hashtag—an identifying marker—allowing users on social networking services to separate out and/or convey certain messages to other users utilizing the same markers. ‘VSS’ stands for ‘very short story’.
The #VSS Anthology contains over 150 stories by 37 authors.
Hashtagstories are Twitter-based literary pieces, written as a sequence of current trendy #hashtags.
25 stories selected for this book were created from May to August 2009, or in other words – around a first DDoS attack on Twitter.
My dream is to make #hashtagstory a literary memoir of social media trends.
25 stories from Password Incorrect and Failure Confirmed in a special free edition.
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