Your Twitter stream is an endless flow of information, insight, and ideas. But you’ve gotta sleep sometime. If only there was some way to quickly understand what your Twitter friends are talking about, what you’re missing, and what’s happening in the world.
The Twitter-verse is a complicated web of friends, followers, re-tweets and hashtags. It can be a headache to follow what’s really happening with your own tweets, let alone the whole Twitter eco-system. We took a look around the web for some interesting ways to visualize Twitter – in graphs, charts, or more abstract images. Here are three of the coolest Twitter visualization tools to give you a break from all that 140-character-sized text. Visualization number one is called the Twitter Friends Network Browser . It is a simple app, but it’s interactivity makes it ultra-fun to play with.
Ever thought to yourself that you wish there was some way you could take a look back and see what you tweeted around this time last year? Or perhaps you remember that time you tweeted about that hilarious viral video, and now you can’t find it? By installing Tweet Nest on your own web server, now you can! Features include: Archive Use Tweet Nest to easily store, browse and search amongst your tweets to find exactly what you're looking for, and let others do the same.
1.4K Flares Twitter 175 Facebook 34 Google+ 3 Pin It Share 8 8 LinkedIn 65 in Share 65 1.4K Flares × Welcome to the Definitive List of Twitter Tools. I compiled this list while I wrote my Twitter Tools Book, and I continue to add to it as new tools are created.
This is the second in a series I am doing all about Twitter. You can read the first post here , where I discuss the need to change the way we teach about Twitter. Today, lets go back to the beginning and look at what we wish we had known... If you have read any of my leadership pieces before, you know I am big on reflection. As educators, looking back on our practice is one of the most important things we can do.
By Donna Scott Twitter has become a powerful tool for community organizers, marketers, and others who want to share and receive information in a fast, friendly environment. It’s no wonder, then, that teachers have also found success on Twitter, using the tool to connect with students, share information with parents, and find useful resources. Here, we’ll take a look at 100 tools that can help twittering teachers make the most out of this helpful microblogging tool.