The Farmhouse experience
When it comes to Tuesday’s Tweetea the one thing I always look forward to is the Farmhouse, the atmosphere is cozy quiet and overall enjoyable. The staff are probably the nicest people ever and on top of that the wireless is amazing, we have had a ton of people on it & all are surfing at amazing speeds.
As for this week, it was no different. Arriving a few hours early, I am greeted warmly by the staff & I find my place in my usual spot. Around start time Sola rolled in, with her usual greeting, “what up E” with Hadi following shortly behind. Much of our chit chat this week revolved around Social Media Week, which Sola recently returned from being on staff and occasionally the evenings topic finds its way into the discussion.
This week like many other weeks we basicly just talk about anything and everything, whats going on in each others lives, what kind of cool things someone has found, basically whatever is on your mind.
If you ever decide to visit Tweetea at the Farmhouse, you can always expect it to be just time to unwind, we like to enjoy each others company and are always very excited for new visitors.
The topic wrap-up
For those that were not able to participate with Tuesday night’s TWEETEA, it was a very full night. There were actually two discussions that took place, one being the debated RoboCop statue and the other JC Penney and their use of black hat SEO.
If you are not up-to-date with either story, here is a couple links to give you reference.
Mayor Bing: Detroit won’t build RoboCop statue via Detroit Free Press
The Dirty Little Secrets of Search via NY Times
Now, being that I can only keep up with so much of what was discussed last night here are some great visuals to fight off our Datafetishism tendencies (thanks for the word @Davezilla). I would like to note that tweets used may not reflect the individual’s actual opinion, they are used to highlight each side of the discussion.
By the Numbers (I know, this only aids our fetish towards data)
- 263 tweets
- 61 contributors
- 37.6 tweets per day
- 56.7% come from “The Top 10″
- 21.7% are retweets
- 76.8% are mentions
- 19.4% have multiple hashtags