Published on October 28, 2008
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What is Twitter? Twitter is a service for colleagues to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?
Why use Twitter? Because even basic updates are meaningful – especially when they’re timely. In a conference setting Twitter can be used as both a real time source of information, and an historical archive recorded in the moment.
How does it work? Sign up at twitter.com . Post what you're doing in 140 characters or less! Just type in the “What are you doing?” box and then click on “update.” Send your thoughts, observations, and goings-on in your day.
Send Updates via Cell Phone Go to http://twitter.com/devices . Follow the instructions to activate your cell phone, and post updates to Twitter by sending a text message to 40404. (Twitter is free, but standard text messaging rates apply.)
How to Tweet at the conference Watch the NCFR Twitter feed for the conference at http://www.ncfr.org/conf/socialmedia.asp Better yet, contribute to the conference Twitter: Post an update to Twitter and include “ncfr08” (without the quotation marks) anywhere in your tweet. Your comments are added to the conference Twitter feed. (You also can follow other conference goers, including the NCFR official Twitter account: http://twitter.com/ncfr )
Watch the NCFR Twitter feed for the conference at http://www.ncfr.org/conf/socialmedia.asp
Better yet, contribute to the conference Twitter:
Post an update to Twitter and include “ncfr08” (without the quotation marks) anywhere in your tweet. Your comments are added to the conference Twitter feed.
(You also can follow other conference goers, including the NCFR official Twitter account: http://twitter.com/ncfr )
Follow the official NCFR Twitter account http://twitter.com/ncfr
Include “ncfr08” in your tweet It now appears in the conference feed
One lucky ncfr08 tweeter will win this 10” Wi-Fi enabled digital photo frame! *Must be a paid conference registrant to win Tweet to win!
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