It’s no surprise that the majority of us that need a break from studying automatically check Facebook or Twitter (and happen to find ourselves immersed in a number of relatively worthless, yet entertaining posts for hours on end). Today, study “breaks” are becoming forms of procrastination more so than short mind-clearing activities. So, what better to take a break from staring at our notes, phones and computers than by suppressing ourselves from the media that consumes our lives anyway?
Twitter chats have become more and more prominent in professional industries, especially as social media and multimedia are crucial to our everyday lives. They’re imperative for networking and marking yourself with professional identity, especially if in your field of expertise. So check out some of the Twitter chats I had with professionals about marketing, blogging and journalism.