Twitter Scratch Paper: For those who should plan their 280 characters before they tweet them

Twitter Scratch Paper: For those who should plan their 280 characters before they tweet them

by Greg Gagliardi

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Overview

In elementary school, kids are taught that they should edit and revise before they hand something in. Somehow those lessons often get pushed to the side as kids grow up and enter other stages of life. The result: tweets that are filled with spelling mistakes and factual mistakes, or that make statements that, well, perhaps should not be made.

This is a book for those who would like to plan out (or should plan out) their tweets before they can be seen by the masses. Consider it a journal for social media. But it's also a book to give to those people who constantly put their feet in their mouths.

Whether you take the book seriously or use it as a gag gift, keep it wherever thinking takes place -- in the car, on the bedroom nightstand, in the bathroom, the list goes on and on. No one will judge you, especially when you revise.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781981184859
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/29/2017
Pages: 102
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Greg Gagliardi is an English and journalism teacher at Cherry Hill High School East in New Jersey. He is adviser of the award-winning school newspaper, Eastside, and its online counterpart, Eastside Online. He is also active with scholastic journalism outside of school, as president of the Garden State Scholastic Press Association and a state director of the Journalism Education Association. He is active on the Internet as the most followed teacher in the country on Twitter and, on some occasions, is followed outside of it, too. Greg's first book, Hiding Newspapers on Zebras, is based on his long-running humor column and was published in 2007. He lives in New Jersey with his wonderful wife, Melissa.

For more information, check out his website (ProgressiveRevelations.com) or follow him on Twitter @greggagliardi.

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