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Social Media Night School



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Many people who use Twitter and other social media tools professionally shut them off at night. That’s pretty healthy, I admit. However, you could be missing something in the off-hours.

For my own interests, public relations and media, there has been an ongoing Monday night discussion on Twitter called journchat (see http://journchat.info/ and seek "journchat" at http://search.twitter.com)/, in which PR people and journalists discuss their intertwined professions.

Last night, I stumbled on "editorchat" (find that also on Twitter search),with BusinessWeek editor John Byrne (http://twitter.com/johnabyrne) shared his thoughts on the state of his industry, sparking lots of side discussion and debate. I hope that is a series, I don’t know that much about it as of this writing.

That’s a small sample of what you might be missing. I am sure there are lots of other semi-organized discussions going on in the off-hours; or, you could start one.

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One Response to Social Media Night School

  1. Hrmm, I’ve definitely checked out #journchat before but I hadn’t heard much about #editorchat (although, editors are the saving grace on my blog and love to hear their input). I’m definitely going to check it out now. Thanks Doug!

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