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4 Responses to Connect with Me

  1. Mr. Fitzpatrick:

    I’d like to make you aware of a new book on political Twitter use that has some newsworthy findings that you might be interested in covering. The book, titled Politics and the Twitter Revolution: How Tweets Influences the Relationship between Political Leaders and the Public, just came out and is published by Lexington Books, a division of Roman & Littlefield. It can be found online at sites such as Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Politics-Twitter-Revolution-Relationship-Communication/dp/0739165003. The book, which is the first comprehensive examination of how Twitter is used politically, answers important questions, including:

    • How persuasive are political tweets?
    • Does political Twitter use increase exposure to diverse views?
    • Who follows political leaders on Twitter, and what motivates followers to do so?
    • How significant is Twitter as a political innovation, and what role does political Twitter use play in followers’ lives?
    • How can political leaders use Twitter more effectively?
    • What is in the content of political tweets?

    Please let me know if you’re interested in getting more information about this. Thanks.

    John Parmelee
    E-mail: jparmele@unf.edu
    Twitter: @johnparmelee
    Blog: http://thewonkyprofessor.wordpress.com/

  2. I loved your story about the Natural Museum and your Pa. It is very spiritual and uplifting and I believe that people who can experience this are far more evolved than most.

  3. devwinter says:

    Hi there

    I am currently studying Communication Sciences and hope to one day become a journo for a news firm. I live in South Africa where lions roam the streets and I ride an elephant to work every day (Those last two aren’t entirely true).
    I was just wondering if you could possibly check out my work and give me some advice or just let me know what you think? It would mean a lot to me, as you are an inspiration to me and I am sure many other aspiring journalists. –> http://devwinter.wordpress.com

    I will be sharing your blog site with all of my mates and it would mean so much if you could share mine too 🙂

    Regards
    Dev Winter

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