Twitter can be a good means of rapid communication, so in that regard I think it’ll be useful for the inquiry project portion of this course. I was actually approached by someone before I reached out to anyone, and her project seems to be relevant to mine. After exchanging Diigo names, I perused the sources that she’s cited on Diigo, and I think that I may utilize a couple of them and see where they can lead me within my research.
— Symone Allen (@SymonesWorld) July 1, 2014
My only real “concern”, for lack of a better word, because I’m not actually concerned so much as perplexed, is that I’m not so sure that I am planning on collaborating with others much for my project. I’ve reached out to a couple of other folks, such as Mariah, but at times I may be attempting to create relationships and conversations that are moot.
— Mariah Kahn (@KahnArtist27) July 2, 2014
I can certainly find a relationship between my project and one such as hers, since we’re both dealing with information and the access to it, so maybe there are worthwhile results to be enjoyed.
I can foresee a possible exchange of information and sources with Helen, because I’m much less focused on the goings on of the Government, and much more with the resistance to the government’s actions.
— Helen Kim (@helensayurikim) July 3, 2014
Basically, we’ll see! Twitter is certainly useful, and the collaborations could be fruitful.