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Twitter Fiction

  1. 1. Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Prof. @Carla Raguseo#MicroFictionConferenceUCEL – October 2009<br />
  2. 2. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Thematic area: New Media, New Environments, New Publishing and Dissemination Strategies<br />Web 2.0<br /><ul><li>Read-Write Web
  3. 3. User- Generated Content
  4. 4. Fromhierarchiestonetworks</li></ul>http://www.flickr.com/photos/lafabriquedeblogs/1193780745/<br />
  5. 5. Twitter:<br />intransitive verb<br />1: to utter successive chirping noises2 a: to talk in a chattering fashion 3: to tremble with agitation<br />transitive verb<br />1: to utter in chirps or twitters &lt;the robin twittered its morning song&gt;2: to shake rapidly back and forth<br />TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />
  6. 6. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />WhatisTwitter?<br /><ul><li>MicrobloggingService
  7. 7. “What are youdoing?”
  8. 8. Updates of 140 characters
  9. 9. Social Network
  10. 10. Followees
  11. 11. Followers</li></li></ul><li>TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />
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  16. 16. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />TwitterFiction<br /><ul><li>Style/ format
  17. 17. No title
  18. 18. 140 charactersorless
  19. 19. Exactly140 characters
  20. 20. Genres
  21. 21. Twistories
  22. 22. Twisters
  23. 23. Twillers
  24. 24. Twaikus
  25. 25. Authorship
  26. 26. Individual
  27. 27. Collective</li></li></ul><li>TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />
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  35. 35. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Twitterzine<br />
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  39. 39. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />How can wefindmicrofictiononTwitter?<br /><ul><li>FollowingTwitterFiction @authors
  40. 40. Throughhashtags:</li></ul> #vss<br /> #microfiction<br /> #twiction<br /> #twisters<br /> #mfic<br /> #nanofiction<br /> #flashfiction<br />
  41. 41. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />
  42. 42. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Intersemiotic Translation of Twitter Fiction<br />
  43. 43. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />IntersemioticTranslation of TwitterFiction<br />
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  45. 45. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Microstories aren&apos;t going to replace conventional literature, but they are a clever use of an emerging communication medium. Much in the same way that haikus bring out creativity by imposing strict structural constraints, microblogging has the potential to challenge writers and force them to say more with less. By Ryan Paul<br />
  46. 46. TwitterFiction<br />Social Networking and Microfiction in 140 Characters<br />Prof. Carla Raguseo<br />www.carlaraguseo.edublogs.org/<br />@carlaraguseoonTwitter<br />

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