Curlew is now on Twitter

Good news everyone (or bad). I have now officially joined Twitter. Never really understood the hype so far and I always believed that their website is just filled with cute cat gifs and pictures of peoples last dinner. However in the past month I increasingly caught myself reading a lot of interesting twitter discussions of some people. There is a lot of potential for collaborations and good advice similar to the Q&A websites, where I am already pretty active. So here I am. Will try to set it up properly later at home, tweet some news, follow some people. Social media doesn’t count as worktime (yet).

EDIT:

What Irony that this is actually my 5oth blog-post since I started this blog 🙂

 

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About Martin Jung

PhD researcher at the University of Sussex. Interested in nature conservation, ecology and biodiversity as well as statistics, GIS and 'big data'
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