So, I’m about a week into my experiment trying Twitter and I must admit that I’m really enjoying being able to post such quick little updates of what I’m doing. Especially as I’m in the midst right now of wrapping-up my dissertation and I have a bunch of small milestones that I need to hit soon, being able to quickly post my status has been helpful not only as a small encouragement to keep moving forward, but also allows me to look back and celebrate the process I’ve made thus far.
I’ve found the Twitter widget for Mac OS X to be espeically helpful, as I can very quickly post my status without having to logon to a website anywhere. This free widget is a definite must-have for anyone on a Mac who is Twittering.
Also convenient is the ability to setup Facebook to show your latest Twitter post as your status. Post to Twitter and “kill 2 birds with 1 stone.”
I’ve also started poking around for others who are on Twitter to see what they are posting, but haven’t found too many educators or children’s ministers yet. Do you fall into either of those categories and do you have a Twitter account? Drop me your username…I’d love to check out your Twitters 🙂 You can find me on Twitter at http://twitter.com/jrhode
As I continue to become more familiar with Twitter, I’m looking forward to trying to implement this into my teaching. Anyone else started using Twittter or some other micro-blogging tool in your online teaching or children’s ministry communications? I’d love to hear your comments.