Tuning Up My Twitter-Friendly Vocabulary for the NASA Tweetup
Say what you will, but Twitter is a literary art form. I love the challenge of crafting something informative and entertaining in 140 characters or less. Sadly, I haven’t done that lately and my tweets have been purely informative and a bit boring.
“Let’s just say you will VERY QUICKLY run out of positive superlatives while attending #NASATweetup!”
Hmm. She’s participated in a NASA Tweetup before so she knows the ropes. I’ve decided to take this on as a challenge: to expand my vocabulary for the NASA Tweetup I’ll soon be attending. (For space shuttle Endeavour’s final launch, Tweetup is April 28 – 29, 2011.) Not necessarily with superlatives but by incorporating colorful adjectives to articulate the awesomeness of what I’m experiencing in an entertaining, yet informative way. And, in 140 characters or less.
I have begun compiling a list of potential adjectives for my tweets so I don’t seem repetitive in what I’m sharing with followers. Feel free to share your favorite adjectives I should have in my NASA Tweetup dictionary. Oh, and keep it “G” rated.
My NASA Tweetup Dictionary
breathtaking (not in the Seinfeld reference)
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