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Getting Stats Up-To-Date

10 February 2010

Hi, folks – per email discussion, I have made a general call for help for this weekend, 13-14 February. Let’s use the #uwtwtrbook hashtag for discussion. I have tickets to the ballet Saturday night, so I will be offline after about 6 pm.
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Protected: For Students: Final Book Chapters

1 February 2010

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The 140 Character Blog – Twitter Profile: West Seattle Blog

29 October 2009

Another Profile for UW TwitterBook!

This profile was written for the University of Washington Twitter Book according to a Case Study Template.

West Seattle Blog is a hyper local community Blog that has achieved national recognition and serves its readers updates from “the hood” 24/7/365. The community voice has found its way onto Twitter.

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Twitter Profile: Monica Guzman

24 October 2009

Another Profile for UW TwitterBook! Updated “Questions” section due to very timely repsonse!

This profile was written for the University of Washington Twitter Book.

Monica Guzman is a Journalist and Blogger in Seattle. She writes the BigBlog, a Blog of the Seattle PI, a paper that successfully exists online, after its print version collapsed and was discontinued in 2009. Monica doesn’t do the job, she is the job – so many of her updates seem very personal, yet highly relevant!

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Twitter Profile: King5Seattle

20 October 2009
This profile was written for the University of Washington Twitter Book according to a Case Study Template.

King5Seattle is an NBC affiliated broadcasting Station in Seattle. But instead of broadcasting a newsfeed, their stream is a flow of conversations – with relevance to their audience!

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Screen captures-Hospitals

14 September 2009

Full size screen captures for the seven profiled hospitals:
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@Mayo Clinic: An Interview with Lee Aase

11 September 2009

I would like to thank Lee Aase for his participation in the  8/28/2009 phone interview on Hospitals using Twitter. – Anita Beninger

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Q & A Interview: USAF

4 September 2009

Email interview with U.S. Air Force Chief of Emerging Technology Capt. Chris Sukach Read more…

Title Brainstorming

4 September 2009

Brainstorming a title for our Twitter Book. Our four-step process is L.E.A.P. (Listen, Examine, Act, Progress). With that jumping off point (ahem), here are titles/subtitles to chew on:

Making The L.E.A.P. Into Twitter
How 99 Organizations Are Using Twitter

Brands, L.E.A.P on Twitter. ^MN

L.E.A.P. Don’t Run: How 101 Organizations Use Twitter ^PM & ^KEG

Taking the L.E.A.P of Twaith on Twitter ^PM

L.E.A.P. My Tweep: Take your brand on Twitter ^PM

Whales Fail, Organizations Float on Twitter ^PM

Protected: The Do’s and Dont’s in Social Media Journalism: Q&A with King5Seattle

2 September 2009

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