It’s #Twittereen time! Thanks so much to Megan for blogging all about it! Head over to her blog to read how to participate and even how it all started (pictures included)! And don’t feel shy about participating, tweeps LOVE it when you dress up as their avatar. It’s so much fun! 🙂
#Twittereen is a virtual costume day for the mathtwitterblogosphere and beyond. The rules are simple:
- Change your avatar to “be” someone else for Halloween (that’s Thursday, Oct 31 in 2013).
- Tweet something about being in costume with the #Twittereen hashtag.
- Obsessively read Twitter all day long to see everyone’s costumes.
How did all this get started? I gotta be honest with ya, last year was my first year participating. I knew there was at least one before that. Thankfully, our #MTBoS-historian and Twitter Math Camp organizer, Lisa pinned down the origins for me: #Twittereen began in 2009, where it looks like Sean (@SweenWSweens) dressed as Sam (@samjshah).
How do you do #Twittereen? First of all, let’s bring Lisa (@lmhenry9) in to eliminate some stress:
My approach is to first get inspired by browsing avatars of folks in the #MTBoS (or peripherally associated with us!). Then, I choose my…
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