Loccit has users and celebrities alike turning their tweets and statuses into published books.

Loccit recently launched a new product that allows users to create a personalized journal by gathering updates from Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, and other social networking sites. Users can keep a private digital diary, or have the option to order a printed version of the book. The U.K-based startup introduced their latest product last Friday, and claimed to have sold 8,000 of these diaries in the first 48 hours of the product going on sale.

Loccit aims to let users seamlessly put together a diary using content from their own or even from their friend's social accounts. In addition, users can also flick through the public diaries of notable celebrities, including Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.

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