2011 in my Twitter bios

Web, New Media, Social Media | Lecturing, research, knowledge transfer & exchange at Birmingham City Uni | How I use Twitter: http://bit.ly/2XILW1

Hacking the planet & amping my shit while teaching bright, lovely people at BCU about Web, New Media, Social Media | How I use Twitter: http://bit.ly/2XILW1

I work at BCU School of Media. All tweets are my own except the ones that I ripped off wikipedia. The others are a rehash of something I read in the Guardian.

Academic teaching famous non-subject media studies. Married to a faceless bureaucrat working in EU funding. We are Broken Britain. Sorry about the mess.

‘Is this a hold up?’ ‘It’s a science experiment.’ // I’m a media academic @bcumedia.

It’s summer but I’m still at my desk, marking, planning for next year, doing research @bcumedia. Just because we’re not teaching doesn’t mean we’re on holiday.

There now follows a list of nouns which describe roles I hold in different social contexts: husband, father, lecturer, researcher, judoka, Guernseyman, Brummie

this account is now on strike until 5pm #j30 (https://twitter.com/jonhickman/status/86339652637831168)

lecturer & researcher (social media, digital culture, creative industries) @bcumedia. Currently writing up research on The West Wing on Twitter

All comments are my own but all typos and grammatical errors are my phone’s. || I teach, research, and do knoweldge transfer @bcumedia

BASED ON A TRUE STORY. I teach, research, and do knoweldge transfer @bcumedia

multimedia… platters… irony and self deprecation. There’s pudding! | degree leader (new media) & researcher @bcumedia

contains mild peril and some sexual swear words | @bcumedia lecturer & researcher

Rather than send you a traditional Christmas card I’ve bought a goat & I send you this jaunty e-greeting! Come Jan 2012 I will once again do Internet @bcumedia

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Jon Hickman

Hi, I'm Jon. I teach and research digital culture, social media and new media practice at Birmingham City University. Find out more about me with this lovely CV: http://uk.linkedin.com/in/jonhickman Find out about my work at the Birmingham Centre for Media & Cultural Research: http://interactivecultures.org