I tweet in order to spread the wonder of science to the world communty, especially students. It is my goal to reignite the thirst for space.
That it is only for celebrities and politicians.
I can see twitter intertwining itself more and more with up and coming social networks. I see more multimedia and socially relevant topics.
I hope we will be a world in which science and the natural will be a more valuable read than the latest exploitation piece or controversy.
apmira1208 My niece Michelle Ramsden who is a first year law student at Emory University. She has a whit like no other...very dry...very..
My awesome labor Union NATCA, My dog Biggie, My iPhone, My laptop, My Starbucks, My Nerdmobile Solar Van, My wife Natalie
Yes, when I first started I sent a "spicey" reply, I thought it went to one person, it went to over 100 followers. I was hugely embarrassed.
I always link a current image of the Sun taken by one of my middle school students during the outreach events I host.
I have singlehandedly developed the worklds highest volume astronomy outreach program in the last four years using social media.
Thank You Very Much
I recieve daily updates from the National Air Traffic Controllers Association -my labor union-via twitter.
dont let the "threat" of exposure of your personal information stop you from plugging in to the worlds most expansive social network.
Solar Flare, SunSpots, NASA Goddard, Solar Probe Plus
Avertedvision This is Alan Friedman, my mentor in Solar Imaging.
I really dont keep up with the trends as I am too busy with science outreach and way to nerdy to care.
I tweet relevant solar activity information after every event along with images taken by students at my events.
skip the drama and vulgarity and try to use it for its natural pupose of bringing the world together through shared interests.
about 16 hours...
Replying to everyone with a love note instead of the one you meant?
10 more hours in the coal mines, referring to my full time job as an Air Traffic Controller at the world's busiest airport.
Have you integrated twitter feeds into your existing social networking infrastructure?
more chances to reach people everywhere who may be into the most exciting new field of astronomy since the discovery of galaxies.
I only put out interesting scientific tweets, no politics, no religion, just science and good news.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, he doesn't know what he is missing. I wish Carl Sagan were alive to see this explosion in social networking.
Unfortunately, probably little good will come out of the next year. Too much crazy political stuff going on in the US.
DouglasDJones he brings his awesome sports photography to the masses and explains how these incredible images are made!
I love it just like it is...