When you low-key become advertising

Apparently I’m just discovering this now, but my tweet about CODE from CIES was featured in their article about the conference on their website. If only I had known, then maybe I would have written a much more eloquent tweet!

P.S. I didn’t have a Twitter before joining the program, but it was actually really cool to have during the conference (and to keep track of the IEDP Lectures as well). If you tweeted at organizations you were pretty pumped about, they’d like it and *might* follow you back. It’s a useful tool to have for networking purposes, although I don’t think I’ve heard of any IEDPer securing a job because of a tweet. But, you never do know, do you?

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