Tuning Up My Twitter-Friendly Vocabulary for the NASA Tweetup

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NASA Logo. (PRNewsFoto/NASA)

NASA Logo. (PRNewsFoto/NASA)

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.

While conversing with NASA Tweetup folks yesterday about something totally different @ageekmom replied with an intriguing tweet.

She said:

“Let’s just say you will VERY QUICKLY run out of positive superlatives while attending #NASATweetup!”

Inspiration to Improve my Vocabulary for NASA Tweetup

Inspiration to Improve my Vocabulary for NASA Tweetup

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)
fabulous (fab)
radical (rad)

NASA Logo Source: NASA


Author: Solo Travel Girl Admin

Originally from Buffalo, N.Y., a hiking trail led Jennifer Huber, aka: Solo Travel Girl, to a career path in tourism. She has worked in the tourism industry for more than 20 years including 10 years with a park management company in Yellowstone, Death Valley and Everglades National Park. She currently lives in Southwest Florida, and maintains this travel blog with the goal of inspiring others to travel alone, not lonely.

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  1. [From Twitter] – I adore it! There are a few to add: life-affirming, humbling, stellar. PS: You’ll still run out! šŸ˜‰

    There will also be moments when you are left, completely and utterly, without words. It’s a surreal feeling to have, given you’re at one of the few events in life — a tweetup — where constant tweeting is not only accepted, it’s encouraged!

    I wish you, and all of the STS-134 NASA Tweetup “crew”, a most amazing time in Florida! Go Endeavour!

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