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« on: July 29, 2010, 14:54:00 PM »

I've just updated the African science & skepticism blogroll: http://ionian-enchantment.blogspot.com/2010/07/african-science-and-skepticism-blogroll.html. Please email me if you know of (active) blogs not on the list.

Also... I've been thinking. Maybe we should start a list of (African) Scienc-y skeptical-y Twitter users? Just the Twitter users on the blogroll: @limbic @Tokeloshe1 @simondhalliday @GeekeryDOTcoza @SkepticSheep @joycloete @skepticdetectiv @owenswart @JacquesR and @michaelmeadon. We could expand this beyond just bloggers - anyone science positive, who has no silly beliefs, and at least sometimes Tweets sciency stuff could go on the list.

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« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2010, 17:20:51 PM »

i hate twitter, i even refused to open my company an account.  if it would be the same sods as on here, we would most propably just chirp in the shoutbox if we had something to say.
maybe im a bit slow with the twitter fad.
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« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2010, 17:55:08 PM »

The trick with Twitter is to (1) follow the right people, and (2) not to use Twitter.com (Tweetdeck or something similar). As I've managed to confirm just yesterday, Twitter is an excellent way to 'spread the message'. Only so many people are going to read this forum - far, far more people can get your message on Twitter.

You should try it :-)
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