I don’t tweet.
I use a desktop computer and have thus far stayed with the stone age e-mail system to maintain my communications.
As a college professor, trying to teach my students to think in paragraphs, tweeting strikes me as a retrograde step.
Nevertheless, it has become a formidable cultural influence and I was delighted to find this article discussing the ethics of tweeting.
If this is something you like to do, this advice will probably serve you well.
Check out this blog post from Tweet Smarter about giving credit for tweets, and how to not get your account suspended from twitter. You can find the whole post here: http://blog.tweetsmarter.com/retweeting/the-retweet-stylebook-a-short-collection-of-standards/ How Misunderstanding Retweets Can Get You Suspended From Twitter by DAVE LARSON on MARCH 28, 2011 Retweet standards are about curator attribution. (When you’re looking at a tweet, the curat … Read More
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