Sunday, July 29, 2012

Thursday, July 19, 2012

#WaldoCanyonFire Transcript has been able to provide the hashtag transcript for the #waldocanyonfire. I have created an excel file as well as a pdf file with the information. The files are large, they document 100,000 plus tweets, so do be patient as they download. I have color coded the document to help identify specific accounts.

If you would like to see the tweets from a specific account just load the excel file and sort the whole document by username.

The files are too large for Google to show a will have to download the files (links below):

Excel File:

PDF File:

Link to Hashtracking report:

Please let me know if you have any questions.

It does look like a few hours at the beginning of the twitter discussion were not tracked by the hashtracking report. This is probably because there were a number of hashtags being used at the start of the incident. To get a true twitter history, for the start of the incident, you will need to review messages sent by a specific account sent before the #waldocanyonfire hashtag was established (scroll back through their history on via

Sunday, July 15, 2012


Check out my review of the latest #SMEMCHAT:

This is my first ever Storify story!  Let me know what you think!

God Bless,

New SMEM911 Activity!

It has been a busy night!

SMEM911 now has brand new Storify, Pinterest, and Tumblr accounts!




Also working on a Facebook Page: ....

Add these Social Media tools to this blog ( and the twitter account (@SMEM911) and you can see that I have my hands full!

Think there is a 'must have' account that I need to get?  Let me know!

Why have I created these accounts?  The only way to learn how to use a social media platform is to activily use it!  I use each of these accounts to explore their potential and learn how they might be used during an emergency or any other critical incident.