The Eight-Week Learning Curve that was Twitter

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Prior to BCM325, I didn’t have a Twitter account, so the idea of live-tweeting was entirely new to me. The first week in particular I struggled, having to create a twitter account on a phone while watching a movie on a projector, while researching the movie on a laptop trying to understand what was happening because I’d missed the beginning because of all of the above, while attempting to develop relatively informed opinions about a genre with which I’m fairly unfamiliar with, while at the same time trying to figure out which button on Twitter does what, it was all a bit overwhelming. I eventually got the hang of Twitter as we went along each week, and discovered I could draft tweets which helped with not having to miss key scenes and losing touch with what was happening in the plot. I figured out the images and the GIFs and…

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