Is your head swimming from the seemingly endless stream of Twitter puns, apps, widgets, programs and…you name it?
So much so that last week, I half-jokingly suggested we need a Twittionary.
Well, the more I thought about it the more I felt this might be a useful tool; presented as a Wiki (Twiki?) so it could be kept up to date. I figured it could be a good weekend project (to take my mind off shoveling snow).
I did a search and found the term had been coined last fall by Shannon Yelland in her comprehensive post. I contacted Shannon and asked if I could use her material as a starting point and she graciously consented.
And so… I’d like to introduce Twittionary – an unofficial glossary of all things Twitter.
Bear in mind this is a ‘twork-in-progress’ and needs your help to keep it current.
If you get a chance, feel free to browse, look things up, add/edit/correct, join the community and pass along info about the site to keep our collective twocabulary growing and fresh.
(BTW, you’ll notice that unlike traditional dictionaries, there’s an overabundance of entries under ‘T’.)
I’d be interested to hear what you think.