How to Summarise a Twitter Chat

How to Summarise a Twitter Chat

Twitter Chats can be extremely useful platforms to exchange ideas, debate issues and pick up new knowledge. But what happens after the chat has ended?   Over the last few years I have been acting as a facilitator and online host for a number of interactive...
Tool Review: Looking at List.ly

Tool Review: Looking at List.ly

At a recent conference, an attendee asked me: “Is there a Twitter list for this event?”   That question took me on a journey that led to List.ly, and opened up a range of other list-based opportunities for event amplification.   In this post, we examine the...
Evidence of Impact

Evidence of Impact

Are small events and workshops worth amplifying? We look at the impact of amplifying a series of small workshops and consider how this has added value over time.   It is always good to hear when event amplification has made a real difference to the impact of an...
Tool Review: Timeline

Tool Review: Timeline

We explore a new tool for creating multimedia timelines and consider how this could be used in an amplified event context.   Today has been a day for playing with new tools. My favourite is Timeline, a curation tool that allows you to present a variety of...
Goodbye Twapper Keeper

Goodbye Twapper Keeper

As the Twapper Keeper Twitter archiving tool becomes part of Hootsuite, we explore the options now available to preserve event tweets.   “Twapper Keeper’s archiving is now available in HootSuite! As a result, we will be shutting down Twapper Keeper....
Changes at Twapperkeeper

Changes at Twapperkeeper

One of the great ways of studying Twitter activity around a hash tag post-event has been via the fantastic Twapperkeeper service, which allowed you to archive and export tagged tweets, together with their metadata, in a structured way. This information was also...