Easy Access to Collington News On Twitter Through This Website

If you look above the photo above, you will see a new entry on the main menu, “The Tweeters of Collington.

Click on that, and you get a fully updated display of our tweeters.  Right now, we have identified four: Marvell, Marketing, Kendal, and myself (including all the blog posts on tis site.  Hopefully together these tweets give the beginning of a flavor of what’s going on here.

In the center column is an integrated “timeline,” with the most recent at the top, of all tweets from those sources.  In the right and left columns you can choose to look at any one of the contributing streams.

Of course, we welcome submissions of additional twitter streams from residents, staff, board and potentially other community participants.

Enjoy.

One response to “Easy Access to Collington News On Twitter Through This Website

  1. Thanks for the tweet info, Richard. But unfortunately, the Kendal and Collington links seem to be broken on your Tweet page. The links from your tweets to your blog work fine.

    And — while I’m at it here — it is all very well for Collington and Kendal to tweet about less transfat, sodium, and sugar being better for brain health. Just wondering how tweets of this sort get translated into action in the Collington kitchen where there seems to be a lot of salt and sugar. Not sure about the transfats, but I’d be willing to be they’re there in that liquid butter used for short order cooking and pasta preparation.

    On Thu, May 4, 2017 at 4:51 PM, Collington Residents Association wrote:

    > richardzorza posted: “If you look above the photo above, you will see a > new entry on the main menu, “The Tweeters of Collington.” Click on that, > and you get a fully updated display of our tweeters. Right now, we have > identified four: Marvell, Marketing, Kendal, and myself (i” >