The Department of Health and Social Care tweets.
How has my thinking changed in relation to Twitter use by academics? I bullet-point some ideas that can be taken if desired as tips or strategies by those academic colleagues who are new to Twitter.
A look into the user_lang code in the #DH2018 archive I collected.
On Friday 23 March 2018 at 8am PDT/ 11am EDT/3pm GMT/4pm CET for an @openlibhums #EmpowOA twitter chat hosted by yours truly on the issues of humanities, editing and publishing as academic labour.
Summaries of Twitter numerical data captured from archiving #respbib18 and #ResponsibleMetrics.
In two days it will be a year since the inauguration of Twitter user ID 25073877. I share some insights from 2,587 tweets posted between 18/01/2018 08:49 AM EST (GMT -5) and 18/01/2017 06:53 AM EST (GMT-5).
983 words on the character limit for Tweets going up to 280 characters.
#DH2017 starts today in Montreal. I share a snapshot of tweetage so far, and share a previous post related to access to publications in DH.
Repository Fringe is a gathering for repository managers and others interested in research data repositories and publication repositories. I collected an archive of #rfringe17, containing 1118 Tweet IDs. I then analysed the text of the tweets with Voyant Tools to identify most frequent terms and refined the results to 230 terms.
Where I share insights into the sources used to tweet from the UK Labour and Conservatives Twitter accounts from an analysis of a sample of 500 recent tweets from each account.
No Trumpian Tweets coming from the Web Client since 25 January this year; no Tweets from Android since 25 March. Tweets from Twitter Ads have made an appearance alternating with Twitter for iPhone Tweets since 31st March. In the 18 days of May so far, the account has tweeted every single day, totalling 90 Tweets until the morning of the 18th of May.
I have now prepared and shared a CSV file containing Tweet IDs and other metadata of 3,805 Tweets from user ID 25073877 posted publicly between Thursday February 25 2016 16:35:12 +0000 to Monday April 03 2017 12:51:01 +0000. I discuss source counts, trends and implications for research.