Levels of Engagement on Twitter

Levels of Engagement on Twitter

My co-supervisor, Michael Weiss, came up with this diagram expressing the interactions we have with people on Twitter. Direct messaging is the most intimate form of communication, which we cannot track through the API without authentication (and then only for an individual user) as it is private. We have engagement through conversation and retweets, passive […]

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List Visualizations

So these have been on a bit of a back burner lately, with the end of the semester and associated craziness. However I had a suggestion from Treena that’s been sitting in my inbox for a while. She suggested I try @erinblaskie‘s lists, here’s hoping they show more of what I think this visualization will […]

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Presentation Slides for "Conversation 2.0: Twitter"

Title Slide

I’ve created my slides for my presentation (abstract) following a Presentation Zen (Amazon) approach. So there are basically no words on any of my slides. I’m going to lay them out one by one, with narration. Let me know what you think! I’ve gone for a blank template. I wonder if this is too plain […]

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Twitter Graphs…cont

@RebekahHarriman: @RossIGrant: @ponkey_60 – this one is interesting because usually she protects her tweets. She unprotected them for me so I could create the graph. I wonder if people with protected tweets typically have smaller networks? @douglasgresham: @tgrevatt is having a lot of conversations!! With a lot of people who have a lot of conversations. […]

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Do Twitter Scammers Have Conversations?

I’d like to say a big thankyou to @CoureyGetsMoney for following me (3,109 Following 2,831 Followers). His bio reads: Thanks for checking out my page im a real cool guy making 12,000 a month working from home with GDI I suspect he’s lying about his income and about being a “real cool guy”. I also […]

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