Thanks, Laura. My son introduced me to Twitter a few years ago, and is always a bit ahead of me in learning new uses and related apps. Just started using Pocket, for example... An easy way to set aside a tweet for later follow-up. Will share a few more examples when I am on my PC.
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Subject: [SACC-L] More twitter feeds
Thanks Brian, twitter is really a great resource for not only hearing news at it happens but also to engage with the discussions in the field.
I'll add a few more:
Five Fields presenters for Nov 2013 AAA meeting in Chicago:
Jason Antrosio, cultural - @jasonantrosio
Barbara J. King, biological - @bjkingape
Bob Muckle, arch (of course!) - @bobmuckle
Neither Alisse Waterston, applied, nor Steven P. Black, ling, seem to have twitter accounts but they are fabulous nonetheless.
Some others I follow:
@johnhawks, paleoanth, but he has lots to say about most things including MOOCs
@kerim, Kerim Friedman, cultural anthro, ethnographic filmmaker, teaches in Taiwan
@savageminds, group blog on things anthropological
@teachingculture, UTP publishers
@davidberiss, food anthropology
@daviddespain, nutritional anthro
@katewong, Sci Am writer
@DrBirute, Birute Galdikas
And of course, all SACCers with twitter accounts: Tad, Autumn, Mary Kay, Diane L. and more!
On Mar 10, 2013, at 10:18 AM, bdlqvcc wrote:
In case you haven't learned of the wonders of Twitter (which in fact can be a very useful tool for academic/professional research and communication) I thought I would share a few Twitter ID's I've followed that have proven important for me to keep up on topics, current issues, and others' work.
@bobmuckle (of course!)
Just to start!
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