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My follow-up to twitter 101 and offers some insight into my twitter use, specifically through tweetdeck. Great for new users

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Comment by Josh Stumpenhorst on February 8, 2011 at 10:19pm
Thanks for the comments David and Kate. I filmed this all in front of a green screen in my classroom. My script was on the fly but I had pictures of the screen shots on the table in front of the camera. I then pulled the video into a program called Pinnacle to do the chromokey work to put me in front of the screen shots...kind of nerdy but it is a hobby of mine. If you check out my blog you will some of my other work including my Jedi video. www.stumpteacher.blogspot.com
Comment by David Miller on February 8, 2011 at 6:45pm
That was great, Josh, though, like Kate below, I'm curious to know "how did you DO it" ... :)
Comment by Kate Thompson on February 2, 2011 at 4:28pm
Great information. Been using TweetDeck but glad for additional tips. BTW what program are you using to create this video. Fun.

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