Was that a TWITTER or a TWEET?

While working on my 31 Days to Better Blogs, I peaked ahead to the to do list, and saw that Twittering was on the list. I rolled my eyes in frustration because I have been trying to figure out what in the heck it was for at least 2 months...which is a long time of not getting it for me. Seeing it ahead on my list, I was determined to figure it out. I re-joined (having deleted my account over the holidays), and within 4 hours of playing non-stop, I suddenly realized the power of staying in instant contact with people, businesses, and news services all over the world. As I type this wiki, my tweets (alerts) are coming in to let me know that my twitters are being updated in real time. I am, as my teenager says, "geeked"!


To learn more about twitter, you can visit many sites. But, the best, is by Sue Water (yes, one of my heros). She walks you through the highlights and advantages in ways that I am not yet capable of doing!
TWITTER

Once a teacher...twitter tips to consider

The Twitter Dance on YOUTUBE

New York Times: Twitter is What You Make of It

Worth Sticking With Twitter

You can also add yourself to Twitter Lists for teachers...and check out thesegreat applications! Thank you, Jane Hart!

Top ten ways to make twitter useful

Liz Davis : Advice for Teachers New to Twitter

Common Craft Twitter

Common Craft Twitter Search

5 Ways to not get addicted to TWITTER

Twitter applications: Wiki for Twitter Fans



And...more tips: http://www.twitip.com/

And another...Tweet Apps

Twitter4Teachers


And...Once you are fully addicted to twittering, check out this link: 60 Helpful Twitter Resources

And another...Heidi's Twittering Tips