[publication] Get Granular on Twitter – Tweets from a Conference and their Limited Usefulness for Non-Participants

Our publication at this year World Computer Congress about „Get Granular on Twitter – Tweets from a Conference and their Limited Usefulness for Non-Participants“ is now online as draft version available.
Abstract:

The use of microblogging applications (especially Twitter) becomes common in different settings. Nowadays, active conference participants post messages on microblogging platforms to exchange information fast and in real- time. Recent research work addressed quantitative analyses in terms of number of tweets or active Twitter user in a specific time period. In this publication we look at the content of the contributions. It can be shown that only a few posts are of interest for non-participants of the corresponding event and that a meaningful usage of a microblogging application needs carefulness.


Reference: Ebner, M., Mühlburger, H., Schön (aka Schaffert), S., Schiefner, M., Reinhardt, W., Wheeler, S. (2010) Get Granular on Twitter – Tweets from a Conference and their Limited Usefulness for Non-Participants, N. Reynolds and M. Turcsányi-Szabó (Eds.), KCKS 2010, IFIP AICT 324, pp. 102–113

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