"Get off your phone and read Jess Kimball Leslie's funny book!"—Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's Watch What Happens Live
"Chatting up randos on AOL, writing feckless corporate tweets, stalking gone-to-seed high-school crushes on Facebook: Jess's life story is as hilarious and weird as the Internet she grew up with. This book is a warm, funny look at how our online and offline worlds became inextricably woven together."—Clive Thompson, WIRED columnist and author of Smarter Than You Think
The first personal history of growing up with technology and the internet. The chapter on Twitter is priceless.—Steve Eisman, investor who was the inspiration for Mark Baum's character in the film The Big Short
"Jess Kimball Leslie is funny and delightful. Read her book now!"
—Carol Leifer, writer for Seinfeld, Modern Family, and more; producer; and author of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying
"When I heard this tale in person, I was mesmerized. When I read it, I couldn't stop laughing. Life online with Jess is as electric as her computer and her stories."—Kathy Najimy, actress and comedian
"In honor of all of us on The Internet, I will only read the title of this book and form an opinion: It's great!"
—Marc Shaiman, composer and lyricist for films and television