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Twitter

Page history last edited by Koven 11 years, 10 months ago

Twitter 

 

Many museums are now twittering. Who's following? Is this another example of the museum digerati preaching to the choir, helpfully serving as the audience as well as author for a new technology, or are there 'real visitors' out there getting something out of our tweets?

  

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Nancy Proctor said

at 4:32 pm on Oct 30, 2008

The American Art Museum's Twitter stream made it on to NPR this morning in an interview with new Secretary Wayne Clough:
"The Smithsonian American Art Museum is now involved in a Twitter site. Now I didn't know much about Twitter but I got on the other day and I twittered a little bit and it was which was really fun--and it's a way to bring people in to engage with our curators." <http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=95460522>

Koven said

at 10:44 am on Jan 5, 2009

This topic seems to have blown up a bit over the last two weeks, for whatever reason. My own take on it is here: http://kovenjsmith.com/archives/121, and Ari Herzog's original post that started much of the conversation is here: http://www.ariwriter.com/2008/12/how-the-museum-of-modern-art-is-online/. In these and the Nina Simon post that Nancy linked to, the back-and-forth discussion after the posts is often as interesting (if not more so) than the original posts themselves, so I do recommend you read all the way through.

Nancy Proctor said

at 10:50 am on Jan 5, 2009

Thanks, Koven! I've got another from Tyler Green & will add it and the other two you mention to the main page to get us started.

Koven said

at 10:51 am on Jan 5, 2009

Also, should mention that we are experimenting (unofficially) with using Yammer (a Twitter-like application that restricts the viewing of tweets to a single domain) here at the Met for internal communication. Feel free to contact me offline if you want to talk about this.

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