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Twittering at #AHA2010

My experience with Twittering the AHA conference was a mixed bag.  Some evident successes were the vigorous backchannel discussion at the “Is Google Good for History?” panel, the Twitter meet-up on Friday night, and meeting historians of all stripes via … Continue reading

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Like a Kid in a Candy Store: My AHA Plan

It might be possible that I’m a little too excited about the offerings at the AHA this year.  Hence, my plan to attend multiple sessions during many of these timeslots.  If you know of any noteworthy sessions that I’ve missed … Continue reading

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Twitterpated: Using Social Media at Academic Conferences

Cross posted at History Compass Exchanges After mulling around the coffee and muffins in the reception area and feeling awkward because I didn’t know anyone at the conference, I headed into the lecture hall where I eyeballed the walls for … Continue reading

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got Twitter?

I recently created a Twitter feed for this podcast/blog (MHpodcast) and you can subscribe here. The twitter feed will be fairly low volume–mostly announcements or links that will be of interest to our podcast community.  Of late I’ve found that … Continue reading

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