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Overheard on Twitter: Imagine That

#seattlecodecamp murphys law strikes a presentation! If it presentation needs the network it won't be available. Jeff tucker called it. ~darkxanthos (Justin Bozonier)

#seattlecodecamp murphys law strikes a presentation! If it presentation needs the network it won’t be available. Jeff tucker called it. ~darkxanthos (Justin Bozonier)

4 comments to Overheard on Twitter: Imagine That

  • Hi Lee,

    Twitter is fascinating. You are able to choose a topic and then get a snapshot of what people think about it. I really enjoy these Twitter vignette posts. Keep'em coming.

    Thanks for the blog. It is always enlightening.

  • Thanks for stopping by and commenting Jeff. Glad you like what I'm doing here in general and the Twitter posts specifically. I always feel a little bit like I'm cheating when I post them. It's hard to resist though because each one is a narrative in miniature starkly expressing the angst of presentation disaster. Questions for you: I've done the Twitter posts in three formats. Multiple tweets sharing a general theme with no commentary, one tweet with no commentary and one tweet with commentary. Which do you think is most useful/effective? Is just the post enough?

  • Thanks for stopping by and commenting Jeff. Glad you like what I'm doing here in general and the Twitter posts specifically. I always feel a little bit like I'm cheating when I post them. It's hard to resist though because each one is a narrative in miniature starkly expressing the angst of presentation disaster. Questions for you: I've done the Twitter posts in three formats. Multiple tweets sharing a general theme with no commentary, one tweet with no commentary and one tweet with commentary. Which do you think is most useful/effective? Is just the post enough?

  • Thanks for stopping by and commenting Jeff. Glad you like what I'm doing here in general and the Twitter posts specifically. I always feel a little bit like I'm cheating when I post them. It's hard to resist though because each one is a narrative in miniature starkly expressing the angst of presentation disaster. Questions for you: I've done the Twitter posts in three formats. Multiple tweets sharing a general theme with no commentary, one tweet with no commentary and one tweet with commentary. Which do you think is most useful/effective? Is just the post enough?

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