He gets some of the verbs (“to tweet” not “to twitter”) and nouns (we’re “twits” not “twitter-ers”!) wrong, but give Stephan Baker credit for jumping into Twitter-space to write his 15 May article, Why Twitter Matters. (tip)
The screen capture (right) is from the slideshow accompanying the story. What happened in March?
I joined Twitter last year at MindCamp, the day after the iPhone was released. I started playing with it again … when? In the fall (this seems to be my first post). And I got a request to sit on a master’s committee (Museology – the study of museums) where Twitter is the focus (how are early adopter museums using the tool? what are best practices?)
In February, Reuters added a “share with Twitter” link on some stories. Then in April, perhaps pushed by that unknown forced reflected in the graph, I published a resources page and a draft framework to analyze Twitter genres
1 reply on “Business Week On Twitter: What Happened in March?!?”
One word (or acronym, anyway): SXSW. :)
Being there, it seemed like everyone was on Twitter, and then there was that whole Facebook interview/Twitter trainwreck story.
(Also, I’ve seen/heard and used “twittering” as the verb. I think the language around Twitter is still in flux.)