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C. S. Lewis on Twitter

March 31st, 2009 | Skip to comments

Many of you are aware of the various Web 2.0 tools out there that support social networking as well as “up-to-the-minute” news aggregation. Facebook, My Space, and, now, Twitter, have made their way into our daily cyberlives.

What’s “Twitter”? Sort of like mini-blogging; you get 140 characters to say your piece, provocative, newsworthy, or noteworthy as the case may be.

What can you say in 140 characters? A lot, I think, and so I’ve created a Twitter account for “C. S. Lewis News” that can be “followed” (that’s the terminology) by subscribing here:

It’s helpful to have a Twitter account of your own to “follow,” and you can set that up Here:

Nevertheless, you could just check the cslewisnews link directly as above.

What can you do with 140 characters?

  • Announce a Lewis/Inklings-themed conference or new publication
  • Offer a wise saying from CSL and his company of friends
  • Critique or recommend a recent article about CSL
  • Point to a longer essay or presentation on CSL and the Inklings that takes more than 140 characters
  • Offer a CSL-inspired opinion on some timely topic
  • Report alien takeovers in major cities

See you on Twitter! And back here, of course!


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