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  1. Using Twitter Skills: use common abbreviations, shorten URLs, writing tweets, use #hashtag and @-sign, search Twitter Concepts: application program interface (API), Twitter as a platform for developing applications, trending topics, citizen journalism This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License.

  2. Where does this topic fit? • Internet concepts • Applications • Technology • Implications • Internet skills • Application development • Content creation • User skills (Twitter)

  3. Twitter, a micro blogging service http://www.twitter.com/larrypress

  4. Common Internet abbreviations LOL = laughing out loud U = you FWIW = for what it’s worth IMHO = in my humble opinion BTW = by the way

  5. URLs may be shortened The original URL: http://www.csudh.edu/studentaffairs/financialaid/faq.shtml#apply_for_scholarships 81 characters The shortened URL: http://bit.ly/djeREW 20 characters I shortened the URL using the service at http://bit.ly.

  6. Know the source of a shortened URL http://bit.ly/9dLHk5

  7. Writing tweets

  8. The Twitter ecosystem

  9. Mobile Twitter

  10. Watch this video http://commoncraft.com/twitter-search

  11. Two special characters @username: sends a message to the specified user Hashtag: a term preceded by a hash mark (#) can be used to retrieve posts on a given topic

  12. Hashtag (#Jan25)

  13. @username

  14. Mark, re-tweet or reply

  15. Trending topics – citizen journalism

  16. Summary

  17. Self-study questions What would happen to links to URLs shortened using the bit.ly service if the company went out of business? What is the most common purpose of a tweet that contains a link to a Web page? Like many Web services, Twitter has an open API to encourage others to develop applications which use their data. Find an example of a web service that uses Google maps. How are the at sign (@) and hash character (#) used in the Twitter community? What are the trending topics right now in Los Angeles? Check an hour later. Have they changed? Are the trending topics in Los Angeles the same as the trending topics in New York? London? The following slide has links to two versions of the same presentation: a video and a “Prezi.” Which do you like best?

  18. Resources • A video introduction to Twitter: • http://derekbruff.com/talks/twitter101lilly.swf • A “Prezi” of the above video: • http://prezi.com/woab_ix3hvt0/twitter-101-for-the-2010-pod-network-conference/ • A list of Twitter applications: • http://www.squidoo.com/twitterapps • Book about the use of Twitter in business by tech journalist Julio Ojeda-Zapata: • http://yourtech.typepad.com/twitinbiz/ • Interview of Juilio Ojeda Zapata on his use of Twitter as a journalist (audio and transcript). • http://www.onthemedia.org/transcripts/2008/08/22/06 • Introduction to Twitter in business: • http://business.twitter.com/ • Twitter search in plain English (3m 19s video): • http://commoncraft.com/twitter-search • Talk by Clay Shirky, which includes examples of Twitter in citizen journalism: • http://cis275topics.blogspot.com/2010/09/how-social-media-can-make-history.html • Interview of Twitter co-founders on their backgrounds, Twitter evolution and plans for the future: • http://cis275topics.blogspot.com/2010/09/evolution-and-impact-of-twitter.html • Post on tweet length: • http://cis471.blogspot.com/2010/06/twitter-writing-style-improves-quickly.html • Twitter feed for current events pertinent to our class: • http://www.twitter.com/larrypress • Student evaluations of 20 Twitter tools built using the Twitter API • http://drakejournalism.com/socialclass/2012/02/09/20-twitter-tools-reviewed/