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Maggie Tsai

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Darren Draper

OPEN Teacher Talk: What is Your Network Diversity Index? - 0 views

  • If, like myself, the math makes you wail and gnash your teeth, try the following. Evaluate your network, divide it into groups, give each group a number and determine how many people you have representing each group. Then follow this link to a Shannon Index calculator, enter your the number of people you have in each group, compute and read the value for H1.
    • Darren Draper
       
      I plan on trying this for my Twitter network...
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Twitter for Wishes & Obstacles - 0 views

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    Barbara Sher, author of Wishcraft, started a Twitter thread-thingie called #ideaparty. Its for problem-solving wishes and obstacles together with other Twitterers. You can join the party thru a "chat" room, or do it thru your Twitter account. Just use the #ideaparty hashtag. Read this first: http://www.barbarasherwishcraft.com/
Andrew DeVigal

Cohn & Wolfe : Wolfetracking Blog - 0 views

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    "CoTweet is a new tool being developed to meet the unique needs of businesses on Twitter. It is currently being used by Microsoft, JetBlue, Ford, Pepsi and other leading brands. After reading Mashable's post on it, we wanted to try it for ourselves. We've been testing it for the past month and we're pretty excited about the potential."
Sean Brady

Jeremey's Weblog: Why Twitter? - 0 views

  • Twitter is direct. I can work out lunch arrangements or a meeting about a business opportunity very quickly, with multiple people, from anywhere, as long as I have at least SMS access. This gets at the heart of what Twitter is... Twitter is another level of indirection (for you C programmers), or another layer (for you networking people), for connecting people, and that, combined with its simplicity and ease of operation, makes it very powerful. It's a big lever and a light touch is all you need
  • Finally, Twitter is a powerful tool for "grass-roots" information. All of that connectedness and genuine interaction leads to a lot of real-time information sharing, everything from restaurant criticism to traffic reports to emergencies, with real results. Real people help each other, inform each other, etc. This is what the media have picked up on and part of why they now can't speak a sentence without saying something about Twitter.
    • Iris Deters
       
      Good summary. At first I didn't get what all the fuss was about. Why would one want to read or even monitor someone's constant stream of 140 characters gibberish. I'm too busy as it is. Later I start to realize, hey, this is a much quicker way of checking out what your friends are up to, getting some instant Q&A response, or conducting research on practically anything or getting a real-time pulse of the latest buzz. Then I also realize this is so much easier than to write a blog - which one always needs to be so much more deliberate in composing a good post. Whereas Twitter, you just need to share whatever on your mind at the moment. Thus, another Twitter convert is born, and loving it!
    • Maggie Tsai
       
      You come to the right group :-)
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    One guys idea of the Why's of using Twitter.
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