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🏖️ Luca Hammer on vacation Mar 23
1 145 accounts published 6 359 Tweets about . Most used hashtags: (125), (110), (95), (94), (93). Retweet network. Moving 24 hour timeframe with accounts (nodes) that were active and how they are connected (Retweets). 1/2
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Lauren Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
I might have misunderstood something here but the talk has come back to young people’s lack of literacy (actual and media) and short attention spans. I don’t think this is the problem - as discussed yesterday, older adults spread more fake news!
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book2net Mar 19
It's all set at for 🔍🎥📸📖📜📚 Live on our are being held throughout the day.
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Jenny Delasalle Mar 19
One hurdle for management in libraries who want to be flexible in who they appoint, is the administration system at the institution. Here in Germany, I can believe it!
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Lisa Burscheidt Mar 20
This is what we in Germany commonly call Abendbrot. , danke & bis bald!
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Margo Bargheer Mar 18
Room with a view while preparing hands-on workshop at on enhanced publications. Learning a lot about enhanced publications these days. Note to self: I‘ll stop handing in proposals to conferences on topics from my ”to-be-explored“ lists. I will book a training instead.
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Leslie Kuo Mar 20
Skipped the vendor swag & got these mementos from bookmobiles & a German Natl. Library pencil to go with my Korean one from .
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Liz Wagner Mar 18
Bibs on the blockchain, bin gespannt
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Lauren Mar 21
Really good point here: it’s all very well to say that we need to be nicer to each other to improve the debate culture, but what about tone policing? It’s not helpful to tell marginalised/oppressed people to “just be nicer”.
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Lambert Heller 🌈🦄🐶 Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
I'm not in the room, but I'd love to add a thought on Philip Husemann's statement: It totally depends on who you follow. One can hardly overestimate the differences in how Twitter is used. Just have a look at e.g. Twitter's categories "Libraries" or "Science Writers".
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Anne | Biblionatio Mar 20
Der ist beendet und die beginnt :-)
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BEST OF TEKK Mar 21
Take a look at my song. Retweet that to spread my video. If you like it then leave a Like or a subscription there.🔥 RETWEET THIS PLEASE. 🔥🔥 LEAVE A LIKE. 🔥
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Lauren Mar 21
Replying to @laurn93
Philip Husemann: Twitter is like opening the door to a room, seeing everyone inside shouting at each other, and wanting to just close the door again and run away.
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TErdmenger Mar 21
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Antoine Torrens Apr 18
Replying to @loidagarciafebo
I’m glad to read that. It reminds me of our lovely moment in Leipzig!
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IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Mar 21
Unbelievable! We, Simona and Leslie from just ran into each other at the Leipzig Book Fair. We live hundreds of kilometers away from each other in two different countries.
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Graphics Designer Osman Mar 18
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Goethe-Institut Mar 19
Multifunctionality, integration, proximity to citizens: the German Library Congress is currently debating the future of libraries. Our series “Future Libraries” shows current challenges and solutions for library work:
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book2net Mar 19
Germany: We are in for this year's . We're looking forward to hosting you at our stand to inform you about the latest and in .
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IFLA Library Services to Multicultural Populations Mar 19
We are at the German national library conference ! We‘ve spotted pres , pres-elect Barbara Lison and other IFLA movers & shakers. And we are happy to find intercultural & diversity issues clearly on the agenda!
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