MacVoices #18120: Road to Macstock – Jean MacDonald On Microblogging

Our Road to Macstock series continues with one of the most unique topics to be presented there. Jean MacDonald explains what microblogging is, and how it can be used from a productivity perspective. No topic is too broad or too narrow; Jean has some examples of her own to share, and explains why you may already be microblogging without even knowing it. She will help you harness the power of yet another communication channel that is much easier to manage than the others.

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Jean MacDonald is the Community Director of, and the Founder and former Executive Director of App Camp For Girls, a program to encourage more girls to pursue software development. She is also a serial podcaster who produces SestraCast, a podcast about the Canadian sci-fi thriller Orphan Black, The Weekly Review with James Dempsey, Micro Monday, and Guinea Pig Wheekly. A would-be rock ‘n roll star, you can follow all of Jean’s exploits on her Twitter stream and her presence.


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