Twitter Storm #ONL222

Is it fair? Were you there? I participated in the twitter (@DrSEldh)  for #ONL222 today – and thought the questions were great – and I also got a lot of response. Good insights.  But also running into the common issue “I did not see your post” etc. So what is my advantage? Familiarity of tweeting, reading comments, liking and of course “literacy” in the media.

What I was not aware of was that I thought I also blogged on my usual home. That was a bit “new” – as my usual crowd would not get the context…..

Anyhow, it was fun, I felt seen (being very active), and that rubs the ego. Not always healthy. But at least I am there “visible”.

Have learned that the best way to get noticed on Twitter is to post a picture along with it. And I admire people who can fix text in the picture when they post – have not found that feature yet.

Well,  writing this with pain in my shoulders after a looooong day in front of the computer. Our group had a meeting. And it seems we are doing even more work until thursday. Promise it will be something good on Topic 1.

But great group! Love ya potatoes. You already taught me two new tools. Yep, the age of keeping up…. hmmm…
Challenge ourselves? The problem is when my big challenge is not working 😉

PS. Our Charlotte Potatoes were great!  Big and fluffy! What a great variety. Thank you Charles Dowding!

3 responses to “Twitter Storm #ONL222”

  1. Here you describe your experience of the tweetchat. Yes, it can be both hectic and perhaps confusing for your usual crowd. You felt seen, which is great! Did you also take something with you? Is this something you will do again? And what was the discussion about? Did you take anything from that?
    -Love to hear more!

    • Well, did I learn anything – absolutely. There was a lot of learning and hinting. And this is not what I would think the best tool to convey knowledge, but the tweet-chat is more interaction than a normal tweet. Normal tweets or tweets is more like a announcement board for me. But occasionally some important comments comes into discussion.
      Unfortunately – Now when Twitter has become Elon Musk’s platform, I am considering to leave it, as any democratic ambitions will probably be gone.

      • Actually – I met other great groupmembers here. (I could of course give a more “comprehensive” list of learning as a response, but time flies, and this is now a bit in the past…- An tweets are hard to “review” later – which is a bummer with the tool.!

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