Where in the hell am I?

April 3, 2012

Twitter housekeeping

Filed under: archaeology — Tags: , — John @ 7:13 pm

I’ve been working on updating my LinkedIn profile recently, as I feel like the time is coming for me to open up my professional options. I won’t go into the reasons here.
One of the things I want to emphasize on LinkedIn is my efforts at conducting archaeological outreach using social media and blogging. I thought about linking my current Twitter profile, but realized that there are plenty of tweets and retweets unrelated to archaeology, that may be misconstrued by present and/or future employers. Nothing unprofessional archaeologically, of course, but one can’t be too careful these days.
So I’ve decided to separate the Twitter of the archaeologist from the Twitter about the archaeology. I’ve changed the Twitter widget on the side of this here blog to reflect the new account:
@JLoweTXArchy

So follow that for microblogging about my archaeological work! I hope to create a separate Instagram account for that handle soon.

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1 Comment »

  1. Yeah, I was going through that in the last few years but instead of having separate accounts I just keep my online presence as professional as possible. It’s a bit of a bummer but it’s just easier to keep track of everything with only one account for social networks. My facebook is the worst though and I’ve tried to keep separate lists for people but they are always changing things and then content slips through again. So frustrating!

    Comment by colleenmorgan — April 9, 2012 @ 7:46 am


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