“Visible Tweets”: A Free Animation Tool To Display Twitter Messages In Public Spaces

CTSI’s visibility on Twitter is growing – thanks to the tweets from CTSI programs and people like Anirvan (see his latest post AMIA 2012 Joint Summit: a report back in tweets).

But how can we leverage and highlight this activity, for example at upcoming events (retreats, conferences, symposia, etc.)? Visible Tweets” is a great tool to do just that. Type in a search term, for example @CTSIatUCSF, and go…

Try it!

Tweets fly in and out… Here is an example.

About Katja Reuter
Katja Reuter, PhD, has worked as a scientist, editor and science writer. Primarily, she is interested in two questions: How web-based approaches and social media are changing science, and how they can be used to advance academia, support researchers, and improve health. In 2009, she joined the Virtual Home program at the Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI) at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where she led online communications and social media. Since Feb 2013, she is Director of Digital Strategy and the eHome program at the Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute (SC CTSI) at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles.

2 Responses to “Visible Tweets”: A Free Animation Tool To Display Twitter Messages In Public Spaces

  1. Courtney Anderson says:

    Great work and exposure for some interesting technologies! Thanks for your report from the conference the other day as well. Just last night “Wallit” was featured on Gabe Slate’s Start Up section. Slightly similar to “Visible Tweets.” Check it out: http://mashable.com/2012/03/06/wallit-app/

  2. katjareuter says:

    Hi Courtney –

    Thanks for sharing this!


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