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Tech

Tweaks for Better Twitter

This is another attempt to speak a little grace and hope into the way you think about social media, particularly Twitter. If you use Twitter instead of Facebook, you already have an advatage. Twitter doesn’t require a follow back or “friending,” and this means you can follow whoever you want. Conversely, people can follow you […]

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Tech

Should I Tweet This?

I hear people ask that frequently, but it’s something I rarely consider. Maybe I should, but I think people who ask this question have a different perspective on the function of social media than I do. I get it. People are concerned that others will perceive their tweets as attempts to brag or show off. […]

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Greek HLS

Academic Twitter Trends

Two Twitter hashtags have invaded my news feed in the last twelve hours, and I actually think both are fun. I don’t know if I’ve ever said that about a hashtag or social media trend. #MyFirstLoeb #FirstSevenJobs

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Uncategorized

Twitter in Classical Greek

The image below displays the LSJ entry for στρουθίζω in Logos:

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Productivity

A Benefit of Blogging and Tweeting

We frequently hear about the perils of social media. I want to point out one benefit. Regularly blogging and tweeting thoughts about Scripture helps one overcome the fear of publicly taking a stand. As I begin to think about a potential blog post or compose a new tweet, I frequently feel a bit of fear. […]