Replied to Sarah Clark on Twitter (Twitter)

“@johnjohnston @Miss_Anderson @athole @StephenReidEdu @IanStuart66 @claganach I have no time to write a blog ”

Can’t argue with that, but I will 😉 Mine saves me time, ’cause I can refer to, writing posts especially one I don’t publish let me think through things and a lot of my posts are tweets too, like this one. I am sad when resources are only shared on twitter and lost in the stream.

15 thoughts on “re: I have no time to write a blog

  1. I know I know. Been talking about doing a blog for two years…I did start one, got caught up in the layout stuff and never came back to it. Maybe I need to try again.






  2. Perhaps not necessarily ‘lost’ John, but as @claganach implied, decidedly harder to find?
    I guess few folks make much use of the ‘archiving’/cataloguing’ features such as Moments & Bookmarks? And Liking of course seems to have been repurposed from Favoriting.







  3. Replied to
    I was joshing about that last night:
    re: I have no time to write a blog

    There are a ton of great resources and ideas for teaching zooming past on twitter at the moment. It would be great for some to go to a slower stream or garden.

  4. Responding to John Johnston’s discussion of the value of blogging as a space for sharing, Ian Guest wonders about the various features associated with Twitter.

    Perhaps not necessarily ‘lost’ John, but as @claganach implied, decidedly harder to find?
    I guess few folks make much use of the ‘archiving’/cataloguing’ features such as Moments & Bookmarks? And Liking of course seems to have been repurposed from Favoriting.
    — Ian Guest (@IaninSheffield) May 6, 2020

    https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
    One thing I wonder about sharing spaces is not what is technically possible – Twitter actually includes quite a few features to help users, such as hashtags, saved searches, bookmarks and moments to name a few – the question is how easy is it to personally mine this information and subsequently build upon it? This was the point that both Cal Newport and Austin Kleon have recently touched upon, sharing the power of a space of one’s own.

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