Here are the slides and the video Webcast window for Tweetcamp III (#tweetcamp3), which will be held Monday, July 13, 2009 from 3-4 EDT. Please note that the video window will not be live until the time of the program, but you may preview the slides if you wish.
Update 4:30 p.m. CDT July 13: We had some technical difficulties with uStream.tv (I’m fairly certain they were related to our firewall) so we had to do Tweetcamp III via phone conference instead of Webcast. I will probably do did an encore (or take a Mulligan) tonight from home that you can see below.
Update 7:30 p.m. CDT July 13: Hit play on the video below, and then you can follow along as I narrate the slides.
Here is the video window:
- Shwen Gwee (@shwen) coined (to the best of my knowledge) the phrase “Tweet Cred.” A term that needs no explanation. It’s just perfect.
- Thanks to @vmontori @2healthguru @mrstreme @kamichat for providing real-time feedback during my first uStream.tv experiment. If we get the audio level right in Tweetcamp, it will be because of their help.
- In addition to those listed above (and @EdBennett, @LeeAase and @MayoClinic), here’s a baker’s dozen of additional health-related Tweeps you might want to consider following to get started in Twitter: @danamlewis, @MeredithGould, @DaphneLeigh, @tstitt, @stephaniethum, @healthblawg, @consultdoc, @lsaldanamd, @crgonzalez, @brendafinkle, @mkmackey, @HealthSocMed, @ReedSmith. As you see who they are re-tweeting, you’ll discover even more interesting people to follow.
- Finally, clicking this link to see the #tweetcamp3 chatter will identify some others with shared interests. After all, you all participated in the same event.
I welcome your feedback, either in the comments below or via a tweet using the #tweetcamp3 hashtag.
11 thoughts on “Twitter 152: Tweetcamp III”
Thanks for the credit, Lee. And ur definitely a great example of someone with tons of Tweet Cred, 4 sure! 😉
Looking forward to it! Anxious to learn how a healthcare organization can embrace social media while maintainin patient privacy.
YAY! Finally got in!
Well, for me the video window has never stopped showing “Off Air”. Will peruse the slides at least.
Thanks for the nod as a healthcare tweep to follow. Enjoyed your TweetCamp3. Loved the grass roots feel of communication and personality in action. The good news is you have again created quite a buzz for Mayo Clinic and Healthcare Social Media.
Enjoyed TC-3. Thanks. Observation: People I talk to who are down on Twitter seem to be reacting to the “What are you doing” question that prompts the 140-char. updates. While I understand that’s what got people started tweeting, today’s use is more about sharing insightful links and comments on topics with others who share your interest/expertise. Wonder if the Twitter question will evolve to match the content?
Thank you for posting a narration video! You did an excellent job of keeping things on track in light of many problems.
Lee – this is a wonderful tool! I will be sharing it with our staff across the country. You rock.