These tweets of mine need not be noteworthy, except that I want to make a note of them. To make sure they do not vanish in cyberspace. They deserve a spot in this personal learning scenario.
Many an important idea, a moment when my thoughts take a new turn take place in Twitter. I should probably be blogging them out and state exactly what I meant. Probably. Perhaps their value lies in keeping its shorter original form.
These are not all of my tweets. Just the ones that were not, but could well be extended tweets one day in this blog.
Seeing the selection from the last two months makes the pattern of my twitter interests only more evident. Funny when I think those topics are not my most frequent blog tags. The people I reply to do not always get a link in my posts. Yet all this backstage underpins my blogging.
About lurkers and their presence traces.
The "I like" in FB may not add to the conversation, but it does to presence. Maybe the one + thing compared to Twitter.
About Twitter (why not).
Lurkville-There are so many untweeted thoughts, so many unwritten comments. Every time I shut up, who learns? How much have I missed?
Thoughts on audience affecting the way I write. The backchannel before the post Edubloggers Meta-conversation
Thoughts on story-telling from tweets or comments:
A thought on web presence. The silence of lurkers.
@dkuropatwa So true. They may feel at a loss for words to comment. Maybe an "I like this" in FB when you tweet posts.
Where are the tweet-worthy comment threads?
Ah the faces of students discovering how much google can tell about them. Awareness shortcut.
These were the exchanges before I wrote Content 1st, People 2nd
Thoughts on blogging trends and learning in counterintuitive ways.