5 ways Twitter could revolutionize education.

This is a test. I don’t actually think people read about 50% of what they retweet. We’ll see.

I’ll post the results below…

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  1. Yo Doug,
    Read it and almost RT’ed but resisted :). Interesting thought. I try to read before RT so I can add my take on things.
    @mrpbps

  2. Awesome.

  3. nice idea, although you could choose to take it as a compliment.

  4. Mr Belshaw – sneaky! ;-p

  5. Interesting test!

  6. Very crafty, but it will take a greater level of foxiness to out fox a wily fox like me! 😉

    To add a little perspective while I’m typing this: I try to read most of what I retweet however I do sometimes retweet posts blindly by people who I respect. I don’t always have to read what they have written there and then as it does not matter to me if I agree with it or not. I simply want to give them a gift by helping spread the word.

    Perhaps that is naive? But I will keep doing it nevertheless. 🙂

  7. I found this by RSS not twitter… now I am tempted to tweet. If course your Rt’ers could be in on the joke, just as I am.

  8. You caught me! I had to check it out!!

  9. I’m looking…but don’t see it. Your blog scares me. I already get lost in the ‘net like Narnia. Here’s another zillion doors to look behind. But seriously, good stuff, even if you do pull our leg once in a while.

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