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- Microblogging WTF?
Facilitator: Su White
Speakers: Josie Fraser, Helen Whitehead, James Clay, Jay Cousins, Andy Powell
Who is going to be there: (add your name) Su White, Josie Fraser, Helen Whitehead, James Clay, Jay Cousins, Andy Powell, Ian Ibbotson, Steve Wheeler, Joss Winn, Kath Trinder, Emma Duke-Williams
Emma's Blog notes written during session:
Blogging from the F-ALT session - looking at Microblogging
Josie has just explained how F-ALT was born, following a number of twitter conversations with Scott. Andy’s now talking about Twitter users; about 430 delegates have signed up to Crowdvine, but he thinks that only about 40 or so are active Twitterers. Helen’s just discussing her use of Twitter & the fact it’s mostly for work related stuff, that she drops people who have too many trivial posts. James Clay has just confessed to sending his 2000th tweet this evening; however, he thinks it’s going to die soon; (last year it was facebook, this year no-one has mentioned it!), how long will Twitter be here for. Laconi.ca will be the next big thing - Twitter is dead. Long live Microblogging. Scott: It’s the wrong name, it’s not micro & it’s not blogging. It’s presence. That’s what’s important. Frances: Twitter as a community - not sure that it’s a community, but an illusion of a community - but you only see what you see - who you follow & who’s following you aren’t the same set of people. Suzi: Twitter as a technology & twitter as a community - will it be the same in 12 months time. Graham: Follows people all over the world; esp. US lawyers; and also for sending tinyURLs … most useful. Grainne: real mix of fun & serious; useful for sharing blog feeds. James: Has put feeds into Jaiku; and then put Jaiku into VLE - which has enabled other staff to see useful posts. James: Someone used it to take notes from morning session - Last query - I came for a session about “Twister” - why wasn’t it???
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