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tweetstorm

1. A series of tweets on a particular topic composed by an individual Twitter user and posted in succession. Each tweet may start with number and a slash (such as "2/4") to convey that it is part of a longer message. Good grief, did you see her latest tweetstorm? I don't need eight tweets from one person clogging up my feed!
2. A surge in activity on Twitter as users comment on a particular topic or current event, often one that is controversial. Such users commonly use a unique hashtag relevant to the topic. The actor's sexist comments sparked a real tweetstorm, as well as a public outcry.
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Frequent Twitter users are used to the tweetstorm, which refers to an extended thread of tweets that a user publishes at once.
The intention of the tweetstorm varied from more straightforward online hopes to more ambitious historical goals.
The tweetstorm is yet to have an effect on Khamenei's Twitter itself.
The Tweetstorm is an online, open brainstorm-like session via Twitter, a microblogging platform.
In addition, we present the workflow and pros and cons of our elicitation method: the Tweetstorm.
The PLN identification session we employ here as part of the Tweetstorm introduction is an instance of egocentric network elicitation.
The Tweetstorm is an online knowledge elicitation method.
The main drawback of the Tweetstorm method is that it is not entirely suited for in-depth discussion among participants.
Due to the public nature of Twitter, the Tweetstorm was open to anyone who was interested and managed to spot it.
In that way, the moderators could aggregate all tweets after the Tweetstorm had ended.
Finally, the Tweetstorm results may have been influenced by the fact that it was a brainstorm that took place via Twitter.
A total of 83 statements were extracted from the Tweetstorm (see http ://www.
The Tweetstorm and the corresponding agglomerative hierarchical cluster analysis resulted in a core set of seven clusters and a core set of fourteen clusters, of which eight subclusters were part of the larger cluster motivation.
The Clinton campaign responded to the tweetstorm calling the attacks "unhinged.