I wanted to make a few more things before heading out to #gtachi to help us collaborate and explore. I changed the notes document with the updated agenda they sent out and I split them out into team docs. This way, we can trick out our own team notes and all have them linked centrally. Those are all still linked at http://bit.ly/gtachi
I also wanted to be able to create a permanent archive of the #gtachi twitter conversation so we don’t miss any links or ideas. I have set up a Google Spreadsheet that collects all of the tweets and lets us explore during or after the sessions (it updates once an hour).
The best part is that we can visualize the spreadsheet and explore the interactions as well. You can already see the network of ideas starting to take place here: http://hawksey.info/tagsexplorer/?key=t6D5BqBOGPl_7leMm-qdMQg&sheet=oaw
Please continue to add any resources or ideas you have to the shared folders (and you can start putting your team skills on display in your notes documents too!): https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByXFNpMMmaw3X3BkQmhnVnctVUU&usp=sharing
Excited to meet you all really soon.
Also, go #teamdavinci .
Man… I think I got invited to bring you all coffee when you need it. Great work. *Does “not worthy” bow from Wayne’s World.
This was so cool of you to do, Ben. Love that I’m learning many new things before #GTACHI. Thanks for creating and sharing. See you all on Wednesday!!
This is absolutely fantastic!
Ben, This is so cool. Can you add me to the twitter list?@pvinogradov
It is a live twitter archive, so your tweets will show up within a hour if you tweet from your account.
Ben… is there any way to use this tool to go back in time and grab a Twitter chat that already happened? I love the time range- something that Storify doesn’t have.
You can go back and grab anything that has happened in the time window that twitter allows for search (2 weeks). Before that and you have to find a service that either has access to the full twitter firehose or has already made an archive of the hashtag.