MarcusduSautoy: I guess @AJCann and @richardveryard are right though. Too many tweets gets "noisy". Just experimenting with how you can use this medium.
AJCann: @MarcusduSautoy The "Twittorial" is a great idea, but I guess Twitter is all about filtering, people dislike it being used as a push medium.
Alun: @AJCann @MarcusduSautoy I liked it. Perhaps more people like the idea following a Maths prof, than maths?
Alun: @MarcusduSautoy A blog post would be easier for followers to point people to, if they like it, rather than many tweets.
AJCann: @alun @MarcusduSautoy But Twitter may be better for promoting conversations (like this one) than a blog post?
PlanetChemistry: Bioscience students doing chemistry always ask for more tutorials. Maybe "Twittorials" is the way to go!?
AJCann: @PlanetChemistry "Twittorial" idea is worth further exploration: conversation (like this one) rather than push though?
PlanetChemistry: Absolutely. I think this is a great medium where peer learning could be nurtured.
AJCann: @PlanetChemistry Give students points for asking the best question in 140 characters? (then answer them) - semi-synchronous tutorial?
PlanetChemistry: Like that idea! Fits so well with the texting culture.
PlanetChemistry: I feel a project coming on...!