Editor’s notes: By adding more cities to filter by, Twitter is providing more – if rudimentary – ways of curating the web.
Editor’s note: It took three years, two months and one day for the first billion tweets to be sent on Twitter. it now takes two and a half days. Not only is this a reflection of how technology is changing but it also serves as a reminder of the exponential rise in data on the web. Clearly, maligning sense of the data is a huge challenge – something the new Twitter archive might be able to help with.
Editor’s note: A great list and a great resource – 100 elearning peeps on Twitter. and it’s only part one . . .
Editor’s note: A ‘follower’s’ perspective on why leaders should tweet their heart out.
Editor’s note: Useful and interesting insights into Twitter users based on a study of 36 million users.
Editor’s note: Nic Laycock takes a look at the #chat2lrn Twitter chat and how Twitter backchannels are benefiting learning professionals who aren’t physically at the conference.
E-learning has a long way to go to deliver good user experiences for learners, according…
Editor’s note: #chat2lrn is a Twitter chat for learning and OD professionals that takes place every other week on a Thursday. Yesterday’s chat was on e-learning, and very interesting it was too. Prior to each chat the organisers share some links as a kind of pre-reading (they also share the tweet analysis after the chat) and yesterday’s included some useful links on elearning.
Tweeting from the Learning Live 2012 conference pushed the event hashtag #learninglive into number one…
Editor’s note: What is an event Twitter backchannel and how useful is one if you cannot attend an event? Find out in this article and follow the event tweeters from the event over the next two days.