Live Tweeting Analysis

Nicola Carnevale

As a part of BCM325 – Future Cultures, I experienced live tweeting for the first time. My newly accumulated 92 followers receive my weekly account of and insights into the sci-fi film I am watching each week of the semester. Beginning my live tweeting with a silent film was challenging to say the least; researching further information and facts about the movie, as well keeping up with both the storyline and my twitter feed proved difficult. However, after a few more weeks and a some trial and error, I am starting to get the hang of it and am becoming more invested in the process.

Whilst getting into the swing of things in Week 1, I don’t think I followed the movie much at all. Focusing most of my attention on my twitter feed, I developed some good interactions and tweets that were engaging with audiences. On my first attempt…

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