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Science in London: The 2018/19 scientific society talks in London blog post

Saturday, 31 March 2012

The #CharityDigital tweets

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This event took place in London the other night - I didn't know anything about it until it was well underway as I'm not a 'Head of Digital' but once I got wind of it I enjoyed reading the tweets. I've captured them using (it lets you grab 50 tweets at a time and there are fewer than 100 tweets here so it was a pretty quick process for harvesting them) and then used the embed code that is generated for each Chirpstory.

These are also in chronological order (again, one click) and I've kept in the RTs though they can be quickly removed. Towards the end - ie nearest in time to now - the blogposts start appearing as the event's ended and people post a few hours later with their reflections.

The event was co-hosted by CharityComms and CogApp.

1 comment:

  1. Interestingly the text of the embedded Chirpstory is not part of this Blogger post but recreated from scratch every time the page loads. Any changes made to the original story on Chirpstory will therefore show up here.

    I just edited the story to add in later hashtagged tweets and wondered if I'd have to re-embed - no. It's not really that surprising, and pretty obvious when you think about it, but I wasn't certain that it would do this.


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