Twecon: a conference of tweeters, in tweets, about anythingby Toby Manhire
An interview with the founder of Twecon. Or a twinterview, even
Last year’s inaugural Twecon consisted of 14 contributions, including the opening and closing addresses. You can read them all here. There was one on keas; another tackled “the hypoxic regulation of angiogenesis in endometrial carcinoma”. Then there was the paper that postulated in its opening tweet, “’Retweeting’ is just plagiarising others original ideas to improve the quality of one’s own stream at the expense of others.” Their remaining five posts were retweets.
In the spirit of the thing, I conducted an interview with Dentith (aka @HORansome) on twitter, in six tweets.
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