Live and direct

As some of you might know, I am @bldgblog on Twitter—but I've also started an account called @bldgbloglive so that I can live-tweet events, lectures, sites, interviews, panel discussions, and more without clogging up @bldgblog and driving readers insane with an avalanche of instant messages.

So far, I've covered graduate research presentations here at the CCA given by Léa-Catherine Szacka, Zubin Singh, S. Faisal Hassan, and Molly Wright Steenson, but I hope to post at least a few live notes from Foodprint Toronto this Saturday—and then many more events and lectures to come.

So if you want to see occasional, quantitatively intense bursts of descriptive micro-messages sent live from the front lines of the lecture hall, consider adding @bldgbloglive to your list of sources; if you'd prefer—or would also like—the odd link to good articles here and there, don't miss @bldgblog. And, of course, if you are wondering why you might also consider using Twitter, here are some random thoughts about its note-taking potential.

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Anonymous Georgia said...

Great idea. Look forward to your Foodprint Toronto coverage.

July 27, 2010 8:08 PM  

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