Twitter and Revolutions

29 Mar

Over the last couple of months, Twitter and the revolutions in the Middle-East have caught the imagination of the mainstream media. However, personally I’ve also caught the Twitter revolution bug.

For me,  Twitter has become an extremely useful tool for professional development. It provides me an insight into the minds of learning professionals across the world.  Giving me ideas, suggestions, and a shared experience of the challenges of being a learning professional in 2011.

And yes, not everything I read seems relevant (I don’t care what you ate last night) but the majority of the time I feel rewarded by the culture of sharing the latest information/thought.  And these nuggets of gold often end up in my work, recycled, repurposed.

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