“The graph represents a network of 1,147 Twitter users whose recent tweets contained “#15ntc”, or who were replied to or mentioned in those tweets, taken from a data set limited to a maximum of 18,000 tweets.”
“The network was obtained from Twitter on Wednesday, 04 March 2015 at 04:32 UTC.”
Here is a fine example of how one serious blogger Uses IT to educate and faciiitate with daily blogs based on research and communication:
It’s always a delight to have the opportunity to show off a University of Michigan event in these posts. It’s even more of a delight to show off an event of which I was so intimately a part, even though I have to confess I feel like I did very little and it was the community that really drove this magical event! I was just lucky to be among the core team at the front, along with the incredible Joyce Lee and Emily Hirshfeld! There are so very many incredible people who were involved I can’t possible thank them all.
One thing you’ll notice in these tweets is the range of media included — many photos and videos that may or may not display. To get a more engaging sense of the event as displayed in the tweets you may need to click through.
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This is another offering from that tireless Social Media proponent, Birgit Pauli-Haack.
Birgit shared the work of Mike Allton who wrote the instructions in this shared Google Plus post: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+MikeAllton/posts/UmLrbjMug1D,
I found them easy to follow, and here’s my successful first try: How to Share G+ Post