>how did this get started
>how many number of people contributed
>how long did it take
>who profits from this
Also I find that this song is a good theme for it:
Promo bode: LULURC
Get you 25% off and free shipping.
Not sure if it still works though.
I don't know where the fuck it is so here's page 214.
Oh wow the formatting when it went over must have fucked up.
See if you can find pic related, and take a pic of the last two pages before Part V starts. Idk if this is even formatted like this in the book.
I mean it's "Naked Lunch" in the style of "House of Leaves". You get some of it, the rest you just read, not process and move on. The fact that there is some form of coherency is stunning at times.
>738 page book
>only on page 59
>expects me to find this
Just wait for the Kindle edition.
>only page 6
>sees it getting worse and worse
>reads the last sentence
I own the book. I got it after it just came out, first edition. the whole thing is one large shitpost
Next time, it should be edited down massively. the book is great, but there's too much superfluous memeing going on. It reads somewhere inbetween those books that are published posthumously that were not cut down into what the author meant to be the final version and one giant shit meme banepost tier garbage.
I expected a turd of a book, but next time we should consider a more finely polished turd
8/10 worth the money. certainly on tier with TLOTIAT. I keep it on my desk next to IJ as a counterbalance.
/lit/'s first book. The Legacy of a Totalitarianism in a Tundra.
also a fun read. not as shitpost like, but still very shitpost. formatting is much more like a regular book, and certainly more coherent. similar in objective and content, but oddly it ended as a very different book
I'll see if I care enough to buy it after I finish "Hypersphere". There's only so much you can take.
I'd like to get in on another book of theirs when they start writing. How does that usually get coordinated?
why are people buying this when a perfectly better edition is online? https://docs.google.com/document/d/15TFzFZzEDmn8jeOWs7ro8ZYayb4bKEte3uokoZSuAlQ/edit?usp=sharing
there's also the original doc that the egotist is reading from:
so? it's still not 25% off $37 ya fuckin retard
It's not actually a regular experience. what is required is a strong leader who is evenhanded but also has the capability to saddle the hoard. RIP bottleman.
It requires someone to withstand extreme hate for nothing decisions. It's a thankless job. It requires a true Cincinnatus. other things it needs is some PR skills management skills and a fuckton of luck
>you save 50%
>additional 25% off
that extra 50% makes a difference. crazy how that works.
TIAT has been completely shadowed Hypersphere, I wouldn't blame the guy for not knowing the first book in the Shiterary cannon.
Maybe someday soon, a new book will be released, but as a part of the nature of /lit/ it'll take a while. people here read a lot and even as a group effort it takes a massive amount out of you
why is this on book depository
guys, remember to tweet this book to the following, not limited to:
Your local church
Goddammit, in both of these books I remember shit writing randomly during the process and I have no idea if any of the passages I wrote made it into either of these books.
Not that I remember what I wrote. Just. Fuck. I can't even label this feel. I just want to be involved.
Read the first ~10 pages of each part, then read the last 30 pages to see what characters are important.
Then read through the whole thing, skipping over parts that seem boring (some of the ones that seem boring are the most fun though)
Just bump the version number without changing anything?
No one has gotten the fourth edition, I'll wait for my fourth edition to arrive and then maaaaybe make some edits from what I see is wrong in the physical copy.
1. Bottleman explicitly doesn't want me to publish that version.
2. What a lot of people don't understand is that you can't just publish a google doc. Editing something in Google docs is super easy, getting a print ready .pdf file is the difficult part (image linking, fonts, OS specific shit1).
I'll go through it when I get my physical fourth edition, and update my .odt accordingly.
1the emojis for instance
Daily reminder Tundra is the only /lit/ book and hypersphere is a jew scheme that got shilled on reddit, and everyone who bought tundra is giving money to that redditor who scammed you all kek
I do. I'll probably lose money since I had to purchase several preview copies though (the lulu account says $200 right now but after taxes etc.). Or make like $50 unless all of america buys it.
It's sold with as low of a margin as possible.
I wrote some shit for a 'story one sentence at a time' thread. It thread was back in late summer, and someone must've capped it, because it was included almost entirely in one of the earlier iterations of hypersphere. I didn't keep up with the project, but I'm curios to know if my writings survived. I contributed a few odd lines about Slavoj 'slave boy' Zizek engaging in some pretty risque stuff. My style was pretty distinctive, and I coined phrases like 'communist ambulocetus'. So, did any of that make it into the final?
Here's my latest video you chucklefucks.
Hasn't been a thread for a while, but I'm not posting one just for my videos or posting them in unrelated videos.
I'm honestly surprised there is a thread this late after the "release."
I blame reddit
I like this way of plugging your book. Make it look like an ordinary post by some random /lit/ter. But you did the right thing. Now people know what to expect. I was curious what it could be about and now i get a feel of its ambience. Cool.
It's a but like the "go back to reddit" marketing slogan. It's a nice way to let people know that they are special if they stay on 4chan but become a normie if they go to reddit. I think it's called differentiation in marketing.
Can someone save the PDF from the first link here: >>7607549
And upload it to mediafire?
I'm going to read this and have a good few laughs, thanks. (Had problems downloading it from google docs, asking me to save it on different formats, chose pdf and doesn't do jack shit, don't ask, don't know.)
New part today, might as well post it because this thread didn't die.
Skeezy Stee regraces us with his presence in this part.
It was a google doc for a couple months that basically anyone on /lit/ could contribute to. It's a wide collection of slightly related stories.
At the end of it all, people voted on what parts to keep, trim, etc.