Live Twitter Notes from Habib Ali’s event at Friends’ House

Live Twitter Notes from Habib Ali’s event at Friends’ House

I am intending to attempt to make Twitter notes from the Radical Middle Way‘s upcoming Habib Ali’s talk “I’m Mad as Hell and I Can’t Take it Anymore” and publish them live from my Twitter feed which is you will also be able to search for the posts (if you miss them) at by searching for the tag #rmw-ha1 as we will (if we remember) to tag the posts, I have a test posting on there at the moment. I am not sure if someone from RMW will also be twittering but you can also add their Twitter feed.

The “we” is not the royal “we” as I am hoping that my two wonderful and lovely (this is not flattery, they are!) nieces Zakia and Maria will assist me in Twittering the event (in fact, I think I’ll lumber them with the job if I can get away with it!). Each post is restricted to 140 characters so will try and do very punchy and brief updates. Please forgive us if it is all a bit too haphazard or doesn’t happen at all.

If you are scratching your head and wondering what Twitter is, it is essentially microblogging and is great for “what I am doing right now” type of posts that those familiar with Facebook will recognise. You can see the Twitter help pages for further information. You can also use various Twitter clients, I am currently using Twhirl for tracking and posting, but there are a number of other clients around.

The event details are:

The Radical Middle Way Project
05 February 2009 at 18:00 – 21:00

Friends House,
173-177 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ
London, United Kingdom

Contact Info Phone: 02075548543

2 thoughts on “Live Twitter Notes from Habib Ali’s event at Friends’ House

  1. What an innovative idea, mashaAllah!

    I am keeping an eye on your feed right now and the notes you are sharing are gems, thank you and may Allah reward you for allowing those of us not present to benefit from the words of wisdom. 🙂

    Wa alaykum assalaam.

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