Twitter’s Development from the Founder’s Mouth

I’ve written about Twitter’s uses for educators numerous times because it is a great way to connect with other teachers, share ideas, and get ideas. A couple of days ago I likened it to a “staff meeting without an agenda.” Evan Williams hints at this same idea when he says in this TED talk, “when you give people easier ways to share information, more good things happen.”

This TED Talk was given in February, 2009 by the founder of Twitter, Evan Williams. In this seven minute talk he gives a brief overview of how Twitter has evolved over the last three years.

Here are some related resources that may be of interest to you:
Cable in the Classroom’s “Must-Read” Blogs
Seven Ways to Find Teachers on Twitter
Twitter Search in Plain English


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