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What the @#?

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@derekbrown's talk on two-way communication via twitter at the Greenville, NC Tweetup on March 31st, 2009.

@derekbrown's talk on two-way communication via twitter at the Greenville, NC Tweetup on March 31st, 2009.

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  • 1. what the at-hash? twitter as two-way communication a tweetup talk by @derekbrown
  • 2. what‟s so important about 2-way communication?
  • 3. twitter asks the question „what are you doing‟ as a means of staying in touch
  • 4. of the 140 characters you get to answer that question…the “@” is the most important
  • 5. the “#” is a close runner-up
  • 6. the “@” is the symbol for targeted talk, or talk directed at one particular person
  • 7. how and when to use the “@” symbol
  • 8. the “#” is the symbol for categorical talk, or talk directed about a single idea
  • 9. how and when to use the “#” symbol
  • 10. using it all for personal gain
  • 11. monitor yourself at mrtweet.net/username?me=
  • 12. here‟s the bottom line twitter has lied to us