The micro-blogging service Twitter has gone highbrow with a performance from James Joyce's 1922 novel "Ulysses," Reuters reports. Two "Ulysses" enthusiasts, video game designer Ian Bogost from the Georgia Institute of Technology and colleague Ian McCarthy, wanted to use the site in a culturally interesting way rather than just as a service that lets users send 140-character messages, known as tweets. They came up with idea of recreating a chapter from "Ulysses" on Twitter. They chose Chapter 10, Wandering Rock, which is famous for showing the interlocking events of 19 characters walking through central Dublin going about their daily business....

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