Tweets & Interactions Part Two

This time around I tried to take on feedback from my first part of tweeting to really engage in the exercise and get the most out of it. With the movies we watched for the second half of the semester (I Robot, Robot & Frank, Majorie Prime, Blade Runner and The Matrix), I was looking forward to more engagement as I hadn’t seen any of the films prior, and was keen to understand and analyse what the films were intending to the audience.

I still wanted to attract conversation by being humorous but also by providing insightful and new information about the film. While I liked and retweeted many of the other students tweets, my first couple of tweets were questions. I wanted to try and start conversations from my thoughts. Some tweets did allow me to have a conversations, which also gave me opportunities to add a link to…

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