[Air-L] Social media data collection tools

Heinz, Lisa ls144009 at ohio.edu
Tue Nov 24 14:21:46 PST 2015

Thank you for the update! I originally found Tweet Archivist through your docs version of this list and I've found it invaluable for collecting hashtag threads.  Yes, I have to pay for Tweet Archivist, but it's amazing. 


Lisa M. Heinz
PhD Student
E.W. Scripps School of Journalism
Ohio University, Scripps College of Communication

@LivingRural on Twitter

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> On Nov 24, 2015, at 4:23 PM, Deen Freelon <dfreelon at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> This is just a quick note to let everyone know that I've migrated my list of social media data collection tools away from Google Docs and onto Wikidot. I've also removed all dead links:
> http://socialmediadata.wikidot.com/
> The new version looks much nicer--unfortunately some jerks had defaced the Google Doc (under their real names too ;-P), which I always knew was a possibility but never expected with such a niche topic. Anyway, potential contributors now have to create a Wikidot account first, which is kind of annoying but should cut down on abuse. If necessary I'll lock it down, but I'd like to leave it open for as long as possible.
> Best, ~DEEN
> -- 
> Deen Freelon, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> American University School of Communication
> Office: McKinley 325
> http://dfreelon.org/
> @dfreelon
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