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The semiology and phenomenology of hashtaggery intrigues me. From what I understand, it all began very simply: on Twitter, hashtags—those little checkerboard marks that look like this #—were used to mark phrases or names, in order to make it easier to search for them among the zillions and zillions of tweets. For instance, if you wanted to make a comment about Sarah Palin, you could include her name in the tweet, or you could make the comment and follow it with her name marked by hashtag.
Yet another top 10 list! It’s the season for top tens, so why not? Somewhat bewilderingly, we managed to publish 368 blog posts this calendar year.
We're delighted that so many have signed up already for April's Learning Hour 'Who else wants... Read More Posted by Lisa McGonigle (2 posts ) Thank you to all who entered our prize draw to win the 10" Samsung Galaxy Tab by booking their... Read More