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What is the best tool to follow and participate in #Edchat?

What do you recommend? I'm partial to Tweetdeck because you can automatically reply to more than one person & set it to include the #edchat hashtag. Also, you can set it up as columns. Here is what my Tweetdeck looks like for the 12pm EST/ 6pm EST discussions. I have rliberni listed because she is one of the moderators.

ke to use and why?

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I really need to brush up on my tweeting skills. Larry and you have both shown me cool apps to "tweet'. I wonder if you ever need to login to the actual site ever.

It's reasons such as these: What did they tweet (mind maps), Edchat discussions, Teacher Reboot challenges, etc etc, that you and many others on here are such great role models and inspirations for others.

How are these Ed Chats being archived? I'd be willing to take those archives and put them into Digital Book format similar to what I've done to my blog.

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