- As you can see below, triggered by a question from Joep there were a number of different opinions, questions and even a new blog that appeared - plus references to several other blogs.
- There were questions and assertions and plenty of questions left unanswered.
- My purpose with this is to document (capture) the participants within the above timescale - in case I want to refer back to it later - which I might; a type of "test log" for later analysis.
- I might come back and attempt to re-format later. The conversations are not embedded - so you can't see the exact tweet being replied to, but it is in chronological order. I might find a way to import the conversation threading later....
- Oh, and as you will see towards the end, people started finding the twitter constraints of replying to all too much. Too little signal in the signal-to-noise ratio???
- — Joep Schuurkes (@j19sch)Mon, Aug 17 2015 08:34:16
- — Huib Schoots (@huibschoots)Mon, Aug 17 2015 15:27:57
- — John Stevenson (@steveo1967)Mon, Aug 17 2015 21:08:37Very interesting thinking article - you may be on the right path with heuristics. http://opposite-words.com/algorithmic https://twitter.com/j19sch/status/633372604334665728 …
- — John Stevenson (@steveo1967)Mon, Aug 17 2015 21:28:16
- — Simon Morley (@YorkyAbroad)Mon, Aug 17 2015 22:25:26
Testing-Checking. An anatomy of a twitter conversation...
So, this is an experiment to (1) capture people and tweets involved in a twitter and (2) try out some small parts of storify. Timeline: 16 Aug 2015 15:41 CET to 18 Aug 2015 19:52 CET
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