May 5, 2010

Top 100 Academic Law Twitter Feeds.

Yikes! I'm on it...

What does that mean?
You'd better tweet more than once a week now.
Not much, since it's pretty hard to come up with 100 tweeting lawprofs.
The list was about getting traffic so they included you to get traffic from your blog.
Your tweets are rare but genuinely pithy and delicious.
  
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18 comments:

JAL said...

You tweet?

Who knew.

Palladian said...

HATE TWITTER HATE TWEETS TWITTER DIE DIE DIE ALREADY

dbp said...

Whenever I vote on one of these Althouse polls, I always end up voting for whatever was the most popular.

Not sure how I feel about that.

Lem said...

Whenever I vote on one of these Althouse polls, I always end up voting for whatever was the most popular.

Same thing happens tome.. It might be a side effect of reading the blog.. something is rubbing off.

SteveR said...

I'm not as emphatic as Palladian but I don't participate in tweet stuff.

Rob said...

Hmmm, can I get a few more people to help this one get down to one?

100 tweeting law profs...
99 linkedin doctors...


I do reserve one however,
*Dramatic Music Swells*
5 In--sta---lanches!!!

Hmmm, can we even come up with 97 other social networking/blog items?

Almost Ali said...

Each choice is a vote of approval for Contessa Brewer.

Jason (the commenter) said...

Everybody Tweets, everybody blogs, everybody posts on Facebook, but does anyone have anything worth saying?

I think the answer is: yes, but only for a limited time.

Eric said...

Twitter?

EDH said...

Don't feed the Twitter!

GMay said...

I second the second post in this thread.

Can't spell twitter without twit. I avoid it like the plague.

Francis Barragan said...

Seriously, some of those are pretty cool. Some I did not know and I will try right now.

Many thanks.

Francis Barragan

New "Hussein" Ham said...

The CIA created twitter to track you. Every time you tweet, a record of your location is made.

It's great for later proving that you were at a particular location at a particular date and time (or absent from that location normally).

All just part of the tracking system the NSA has cleverly designed and which Ann Althouse is a willing dupe.

kentuckyliz said...

You can control location settings in Twitter.

My last public tweet was:

Dear Library of Congress: I am going to drop a deuce now.

They are archiving the public stream. Mark yours private at it won't be archived.

I don't tweet much.

Fun to crack jokes and puns on trending topics but that requires being public to be read--so I'm not doing that any more.

I had a lot of retweets from that, though. I also deleted a lot of them because of what a future employer might think.

kentuckyliz said...

Lawprofs can't be that succinct. That's why they blawg.

Almost Ali said...

A blogger said I was being unfair to Contessa Brewer, that "Contessa is very, very theet (sic)," and she's not at MSNBC for her brains, anyway.

And since Ms Brewer ties in so nicely with Twitter and tweeting, said blogger suggested we conduct a poll, mostly rhetorical except for one trick question the nature which would only be comprehensible to Contessa's tweeting-mentor, Joy Behar.

Largo said...

Your tweets are tweeter than ... than a savoy truffle!

Good news for dentists.

Bill said...

The trouble with polls like this is that all four answers could be true. (I don't actually know about #4, but I'm willing to take it on faith.)