Tuesday, March 30, 2010


Tweeting seemed really rediculous at first, but now I see how it can be a time saver, especially for the one posting the tweets. For example, Joyce's "Critter War" provides a play-by-play just one post that we can all access.

If someone is out of town, they could tweet some happenings on the trip so that people back home won't worry so much or just to keep in contact.

I did not find myself with any exciting news to post this week, but exciting life happens in spurts, so maybe some other week...

A new mom could have the dad post some things to keep the family up to date - that would be interesting!

I am amina28b on twitter.com, but I don't have anything earth-shaking to tell you about my life, sorry.


  1. Yes, it can be a time saver. I think you know we had a teacher tweet will on Project Term. It was an easy way to keep in touch with everyone back at ASH.

  2. The way I tweet in my personal life is a bit different than how I tweet in my personal life. Did you do any searching in Twitter?