If you thought the notion of snackable content was crazy, this should make you nuts...
Arjun Basu is one of the more interesting people on Twitter (full disclosure: by day, Basu works at Spafax which owns enRoute Magazine and he has become a personal friend). Each and every day, he creates a "twister" - a 140 character short story on Twitter. They are funny, smart and awkward.
Here's a sample:
"They tolerated the ennui of their jobs, bought off by promises of spectacular riches sometime in the future. At retirement, they bought guns."
Arjun has nearly 8500 followers of his Twisters and one of those followers, James Cooper, made a minute-long film based on the above tweet. The film was recently named a finalist in the Filminute competition (voting is still open).
You can view (and vote) for the short film here: Life - James Cooper.
It's interesting to think that a tweet on Twitter inspired a one-minute film. It makes you wonder if the next step is that a tweet inspires a full-length Hollywood blockbuster.
(side bar: Arjun also tweets about media and life here: @spafax_arjun)