"Twitter bot encyclopedia" is a selection of 51 bots,
found by me on Twitter and which I consider the most interesting and intriguing. The book is separated into 2 parts — first one consists of information about each bot (amount of tweets, frequency of posting, kind of information whether its pictorial or textual, examples, etc) and second one is a 24 hours timeline of one particular day to show all the amount of information produced by these bots. The aim of this project was to show the phenomena of data pollution and its fun, absurdistic side.
The book was reviewed in Neural magazine, and the full PDF is featured and can be downloaded on Post-Digital Publishing Archive.