A highly incomplete look at the numbers last night (see below) shows that some of those who may be big on blogs or elsewhere aren't so big on Twitter, at least in terms of followers.
Others don't even seem have a Twitter feed at all.
Where do you rank? Who'd I miss? What else do you notice?
The unexpectedly low list includes Rotherham (214), Petrilli (231), and Joanne Jacobs (227).
But at least they're in the game.
Other people -- Jay
Mathews, Sam Dillon, Bill Turque, The Quick and the Ed, Charlie Barone
-- don't seem to have a Twitter feed
that I can find easily.
Last but not least, there are lots of folks --
hidden gems? -- who are much bigger on Twitter than they might seem to
be in blogland, including Matthew Tabor (2806), DetentionSlip (2487),
and Gary Stager (2242). Not just ed tech people. Maybe they're worth
some attention. Maybe they're just following a lot of people. 11671 Web: http://www.andycarvin.com
9609 Twitter: twitter.com/educationweek
7607 Twitter: twitter.com/coolcatteacher
6800 Twitter: twitter.com/willrich45
3455 Twitter: twitter.com/elemenous
2806 Twitter: twitter.com/matthewktabor
2487 Twitter: twitter.com/DetentionSlip
2242 Twitter: twitter.com/garystager
2163 Twitter: twitter.com/ASCD
2021 Twitter: twitter.com/scholastic
1500 Twitter: twitter.com/csratliff
1484 Twitter: twitter.com/Larryferlazzo
1085 Twitter: twitter.com/UrbanEducation
1045 Twitter: twitter.com/PoliticsK12
978 Twitter: twitter.com/DanaGoldstein
811 Twitter: twitter.com/Eduflack
740 Twitter: twitter.com/pabaker55
645 Twitter: twitter.com/gtoppo
582 Twitter: twitter.com/alexanderrusso
528 Twitter: twitter.com/EdEquality
213 Twitter: twitter.com/John_Bailey