Category Archives: twitter

Twitter, Pointless Babble?

Supposedly, a Twitter study just published by Pearanalytics “Reveals Interesting Results About Usage“. For instance, it is reported that As you may have guessed, Pointless Babble won with 40.55% of the total tweets captured; however, Conversational was a very close … Continue reading

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Technology appropriation by the people

Clay Shirky: How Twitter can make history | Video on Clay Shirky talks about the new social media landscape in this TED conference of May 2009. He develops a powerful concept which is very useful when analyzing innovation. He … Continue reading

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Hey, Gutenberg tweeting?

Historical Tweets This is absolutely great. Viva Twitter!

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Opening conversations through Twitter

Image via CrunchBase From Jane Hart’s E-Learning Pick of the Day: wwwitter wwwitter is a tool that lets you take part in Twitter discussions about any webpage. You can launch wwwitter from any page on the web, and you don’t … Continue reading

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Twitter as Courseware

Unit Structures – Twitter as Courseware Fred Stutzman posted a good thought on the effect Twitter is having on courseware. He considers that Twitter has replaced the traditional listserv or mailing list, and the classic email announcement: when he wants … Continue reading

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