A couple weeks ago, a fellow grad student and coworker at LEARN NC stuck her head into my office to apologize for something she has posted on Twitter. Recently, I was tasked with creating a social media plan for LEARN NC. The Twitter account was the first thing I had access to.
That particular afternoon I posted a link to the New York Times article Mooresville's Shining Example (It's Not Just About the Laptops). Just a few minutes later, my colleague post a link to the article on her Twitter account. As soon as she had realized that she had done this, she stuck her head in to explain that her dad had sent her a link to the article and she didn't realize until she had posted her tweet that I had posted about it as well.