Part 1: A critical analysis of live tweeting

Matilda

Ah, live tweeting, we meet again. This is the second time that I have experienced live tweeting as part of my studies. I am still getting used to the concept, but I have to admit that I am becoming more comfortable with the way that it works. As I continue to practice it, I see why it’s such a common thing for people to do and I find myself enjoying the process. While a classroom full of students watch these films in silence, there is actually an extremely lively, engaging discussion happening about what we are all watching on the Twitter-sphere.

I found that it was challenging to engage with the various science fiction films that were presented to us in class as I am not a big fan of the genre itself, and I hadn’t seen any of them beforehand. When you throw live-tweeting into the mix, I struggled…

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