Another dot in the blogosphere?

Too many Twitter chats?

Posted on: October 20, 2014

It is hard to tell if this was a tongue-in-cheek or serious tweet. Perhaps it was a bit of both.

I like that there are so many education-centred chats on Twitter [sample]. These are a healthy sign of the diversity of self help, directedness, and organization among educators globally.

You can find one or more groups that suit your time zone, learning needs, or personality. You choose to participate or not.

Many lurk, some participate, and a few like Junkins step up to the plate and facilitate chat after chat.

Perhaps that is why he tweeted that there were too many chats. It can be exhausting coordinating local and international chats.

But it is not a case of having too many chats. It is trying to take on too much.

You choose to invest time and effort in interacting with people you may never meet in person, but get to meet in mind.

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