I stumbled across Twitter Mosaic over at Joan Vinall-Cox’s blog, WebTools for Learners. I follow Vinall-Cox’s blog pretty closely, checking in with her to read about the latest trends in instructional technology.
Lo and behold — a recent post showed Joan’s Twitter Mosaic and I decided to try it out for myself. Twitter Mosaic simply asks for your Twitter ID, then quickly provides you with a code that you copy and paste onto your blog to view your own mosaic — a look at the faces of your followers. How cool to see it all in one place. BTW: It’s the longest code ever, so keep that in mind. And the more users you have, the longer the code.
So here’s mine. (I’m not sure how Sarah Palin got in there, but I’m sure I’m not following her.)
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