Deep Sea Tweets for March 4th, 2010

Below the fold is a summary of tweets from March 4th, 2010

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@DrCraigMc: New music for @oystersgarter http://bit.ly/9Gv6fR #DSN04 Mar 10 23:38
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@DrCraigMc: The hottest spots on the earth found in the coldest regions #DSN04 Mar 10 23:28
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@kzelnio: RT @science: Superstitious fishermen in Japan fear earthquake after dozens of rare giant oarfish have been spotted http://bit.ly/apBPfJ #DSN04 Mar 10 22:57
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@kzelnio: Yay! Trash everywhere! RT @Oceana Pacific doesn’t have all the ocean trash – Atlantic has pollution problems, too. http://bit.ly/cGfKrG #DSN04 Mar 10 22:48
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@kzelnio: RT @minjae: RT @sciencedaily Scientists report octopus imitating flounder in the Atlantic: Cephalopod: http://bit.ly/9qslmz #DSN04 Mar 10 22:35
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@kzelnio: RT @NHillgarth @oceanexplorer Chile coast above quake site, altered Earth’s axis, fault slips of 40ft! http://tinyurl.com/ybu8j4k #DSN04 Mar 10 22:33
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@neptunecanada: RT @kzelnio: RT @Polar_Gal @NSF #Methane Releases From #Arctic Shelf Larger & Faster Than Anticipated http://bit.ly/a1Dgti #DSN #climate04 Mar 10 21:52
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@NHillgarth: RT @kzelnio: RT @Polar_Gal @NSF Methane Releases From Arctic Shelf May Be Much Larger & Faster Than Anticipated http://bit.ly/a1Dgti #DSN04 Mar 10 21:48
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@kzelnio: RT @Polar_Gal @NSF Methane Releases From Arctic Shelf May Be Much Larger & Faster Than Anticipated http://bit.ly/a1Dgti #DSN04 Mar 10 21:35
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@kzelnio: w00t! RT @INSPIRE_CRUISE: http://twitpic.com/16aomc – Launching the multicore! #DSN04 Mar 10 21:29
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@kzelnio: “Scientists are driven by the ecstasy that comes with discovery…”-@mikebok -> Creationists love mantis shrimp http://is.gd/9H1SL #DSN04 Mar 10 18:36
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@NerdyChristie: RT @oystersgarter: SHOWDOWN: Incredibly poisonous octopus vs. incredibly violent mantis shrimp. I guess poison isn’t everything…http://bit.ly/ahHl46 #DSN04 Mar 10 17:27
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@worldscipod: “Shrimpy?” No: RT @oystersgarter SHOWDOWN: Incredibly poisonous octopus vs. incredibly violent mantis shrimp. http://bit.ly/ahHl46 #DSN04 Mar 10 17:27
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@younglandis: RT @kzelnio: Moss Landing Marine Lab #MLML is hiring Asst. Prof Ichthyology! http://is.gd/9CjQr #DSN #ecojobs04 Mar 10 16:40
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@ElisabethEaves: RT @oystersgarter: SHOWDOWN: Incredibly poisonous octopus vs. incredibly violent mantis shrimp. I guess poison isn’t everything…http://bit.ly/ahHl46 #DSN04 Mar 10 16:38
3 comments on “Deep Sea Tweets for March 4th, 2010
  1. Hi guys,
    Don’t know if anything has been discussed before but I’m finding that all the lists of tweets are cluttering up the site and obscuring the stories which seem to be the meat of the site. Don’t get me wrong, I think they’re great but maybe put them below a fold? Just some feedback from a long time fan…

  2. Nick,
    Thanks for the suggestion. Would it be better if the list were shorter? Didn’t happen everyday? The three of us are all active tweeters and we trying to integrate that content into DSN. Suggestions on how best to do this?
    Dr. M

  3. I’ll put this below the fold and see how we like the look and feel of it .

    We appreciate your suggestions Nick! We want to make DSN a user friendly site.

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