Growing My Social Media Exposure

Geez, it got busy there, fast.

Tonight’s Thursday, so there’s a Flash Fiction Challenge story due. Working on it, be done in a bit.

I need to be doing 3,000+ words a day for the rest of the month in order to hit the NaNoWriMo target of 50,000+ words — not impossible, but seriously non-trivial. Working on it.

For some reason I don’t completely understand, Tuesday night’s “NaNoWriMo Day Eighteen” article just posted when I turned on this computer. I had written it and (I thought) posted it from the hotel after the first day of the NASA Social. It was never even on this computer. But it apparently didn’t post then, but did post now from a different computer? WTF!

I’ve still got to write a big, long article on Day Two of the NASA Social, tons of good stuff there. Lord willin’ and the crick don’t rise, that will be tomorrow. Working on it.

Finally, just to get this out there for those who haven’t seen it on FaceBook or Twitter, and to avoid it being buried in another article:

These pictures are on the CNN website, showing some of what we did at the NASA Social. I can be seen in the second picture (at the back of the line, wearing my green flight jacket) and in the third picture (sort of hidden in the back right, with the green plaid shirt).

But even better:

This article on the CNN website has their summary of the NASA Social and highlights about what was presented. (You can also see smaller versions of the set of pictures mentioned above.)  They mention that the participants were tweeting — look at whose tweet they used!! (About halfway down the article.)

Yeah, I’m just a bit stoked. It might not be finding a cure for cancer, but it made my day.

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