Last year I posted my top ten tweets for 2020 and I did the same in 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016. It was interesting to see which tweets of mine were popular.
So looking back first…
The top tweet back in 2016 was this one for #WednesdayWisdom
Whilst top tweet for 2017 was this one from the 2017 ALT Conference and it was my sketchnote of Bonnie Stewart’s keynote on openness.
The top tweet back in 2018 was this one about the newly revamped WHSmith at Bristol Temple Meads complete with storage cage!
The most popular tweet of 2019 was this one about keeping the old Twitter.
Alas the hack didn’t last too long so we have to use the new Twitter.
In 2020, the most popular tweet was this one, with me reminiscing when WHSmith in Bristol went all Dexter.
Okay back to the last twelve months, here are my top ten ten tweets of 2021.
In tenth place was a tweet from my #JuneEdTechChallenge which asked us to tweet about the VLE in my life, I referred back to the VLE is Dead debate which had happened back in 2009.
At number nine was a mention about rebooting a podcast I do on my elearning stuff blog.
At eight was a post to a link about low-bandwith online teaching.
The seventh most popular tweet of mine was a repost of a tweet from a few years ago about the the internet of things and how coffee machines connected to the internet would…. well see below.
In at number six was a post of mine about some blog posts I had written about online teaching and learning. It was pinned to my profile for most of the year which probably helped with its popularity.
Fifth place was this tweet from me about how ill I had been in October with Covid-19.
I didn’t use the Twitter when I was ill, didn’t do very much at all.
The tweet at number four was a shoutout to Lawrie who is a star.
The third most popular tweet of mine was reminding people that they could wear masks and didn’t need to be told to wear masks.
The tweet that came second was this one about the original Jisc Digital Leaders Programme.
My most popular tweet of 2021 was this replying to another post about empty shelves. It happens so often in my Sainsbury’s that they have had special shelf fillers printed so the shelves don’t look empty.