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Introducing Microblogging at MLA 2008

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These are the slides for my introductory presentation at the Microblogging panel at the 2008 MLA Convention in San Francisco.

These are the slides for my introductory presentation at the Microblogging panel at the 2008 MLA Convention in San Francisco.

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  • Good morning, everyone. Thanks for being here so early in the morning for our panel.
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    • 1. Microblogging
      • Producing Discourse in 140 Characters or Less
    • 2. Brian Croxall Visiting Asst. Prof. @ Emory in English & Media Studies @briancroxall
    • 3. “ microblogging”?
    • 4.  
    • 5. What are you doing?
    • 6. 140
    • 7.  
    • 8.  
    • 9.  
    • 10.  
    • 11. cross-platform
    • 12. read / write
    • 13. 140
    • 14. #jobmarket
    • 15.  
    • 16.  
    • 17. rules of engagement
    • 18. 5 minutes
    • 19. the people formerly known as the audience
    • 20. playing along
    • 21. #MLA140
    • 22. http://bit.ly/MLA140
    • 23. #MLA08
    • 24. Matthew K. Gold digital rhetoric and new-media studies @ New York City College of Technology CUNY Graduate Center in Manhattan @mkgold
    • 25. John Jones English grad student at University of TX @ Austin Asst. Director of the Computer Writing & Research Lab @johnmjones
    • 26. David Parry Assistant Professor of Emerging Media, University of Texas @ Dallas http://www.outsidethetext.com http://www.academhack.org . @academicdave

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