What’s the Scoop? For Real?

When I mentioned Social Media before, I missed Twitter for some reason.  If you can sort through all the noise, it can be a great source of information.  You can get real news from regular folks on the ground, right where it’s happening before it even hits the news feeds, and without any media spin.  It may not be ‘objective’ yet you can triangulate information from several raw sources to form your own conclusions.

I’ve been thinking about the (USA) election and how we get news and it occurs to me that Twitter can be a valuable resource for spacers too.

Are you on Twitter?  Who do you follow?  Well, what would you like to learn?  I have several accounts and one is all about space stuff.  Here are some of the people and organizations I follow there…

For news

For kids

Capt. Mike Foreman
Sunita Williams
Gregory H. Johnson

Astronomy Blog

Canadian Space Agency

And many, many more.

Oh, and if you want to follow me, here’s the link:  https://twitter.com/pioniwol – see all the people & organizations I follow!  There are over 360 so far.

*Access to the internet is required
*Not age dependent
*Computer, internet, etc. may already be part of your belongings


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One Response to What’s the Scoop? For Real?

  1. I truly appreciate this post. I’ve been looking all over for this! Thank goodness I found it on Bing. You’ve made my day! Thank you again!

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