I know, I know.
It’s the title of a book.
And it’s a tiny little thing.
But it’s got a lot to offer.
A program called Tilt, developed by an anonymous MIT graduate student and a friend of mine, lets you take your own self-publishing journey by putting a few thousand words together and publishing it as a book for you.
In a nutshell, it’s like taking the leap into publishing your own book, but without the fear of the publisher and without all the hassle.
To use Tilt you just need to start typing, and the program will do the rest.
If you want to take a chance, the first thing you need to do is download the software and create an account.
(This is important, because Tilt is a free, open-source software that you can use for free if you want.)
The first thing that you’ll do is create a blank PDF document called a “sketchbook.”
You can either use the free version, or buy Tilt Premium for $30 a month.
That’s the one that comes with the program.
Tilt doesn’t need to be open source.
It only needs to be able to read and write PDF documents.
After you’ve downloaded the software, you can then create a new book.
The book will then be put up on Tilt’s website, and you can pick a title from a list of more than a dozen available options.
The program will pick the book based on the criteria it was designed to analyze.
So if you’re writing a novel, for instance, it will look at your previous book, which could be an Amazon Kindle novel, or a book from another publishing house.
Tangle works a bit differently than a traditional book.
Tangling is a program that runs on your computer and takes your text and makes it executable.
It uses some basic text editing and formatting techniques to produce a book with a short, clean title.
This isn’t exactly a traditional publishing process, but the program’s designers say that it gives a user a chance to build a book without the pressures of a traditional publisher or a publisher’s office.
In other words, you get to get your own work out into the world, with no pressure.
Tilda Jones, an MIT student who developed Tilt and the book, told Wired that the program has a number of advantages over traditional publishing.
“In traditional publishing, if the book is an e-book or a hardcover, you have to spend a lot of money to publish it,” she said.
“Tilt makes it very easy for people to publish their own book.”
Tilt lets you start writing as early as you like, and when you’re finished, you will be able edit your own content, and publish it as an eBook, which will then go up on the Tilt website.
But Tilt isn’t just about getting your work out there.
The startup program is also about giving you control over your own destiny.
When Tilt launches, Jones says that Tilt will give the user a few choices.
They can choose to start publishing their book in the “real world” (i.e., the world where they live) or they can decide to publish the book as a “preview” that only the author and publisher can read.
Telling the author or publisher that they’ll only be able read their own work on the internet will give Tilt a way to make sure that they’re satisfied.
If the author of the book wants to share it on social media, Tilt can publish the text online so that it can be shared by people all over the world.
If they don’t want to share the text, they can just publish it to Tilt itself.
The downside to all of this is that Tilda told Wired, you’re not going to get much out of Tilt unless you choose the “book preview” option.
“You have to pick the program and you have a choice about whether or not to share your book with people,” Jones said.
If your book is a preview, you don’t get to publish your work until it’s out there in the world for all to see.
And you can’t even post the book on your own website until you publish it.
Tiles are a special type of book, and Tilt won’t be releasing any Tiles until you decide to start using them.
But as Tilt CEO and co-founder David Buechner told Wired at the event, the program is designed to be the ultimate preview program.
“We want to make it clear to people that you’re a real person and that you have control over everything,” he said.
It won’t take long before Tilt has millions of books, and many people will choose to use it as their publishing platform.