Saturday, January 17, 2009

Autism Bulletin Twitter Feed

I have created an Autism Bulletin Twitter feed to share more information with people interested in news and information about autism spectrum disorders.

Twitter is a service that allows users to post short messages (up to 140 characters long) on the web. It is an easy way to share news and information and website links with interested people. I receive a lot of information—more than I can post in the short essays here—and I hope this will be a means of sharing more information with you.

I have created a box on Autism Bulletin, at the top right, for you to see the latest Twitter posts, also known as "tweets." If you already have a Twitter account, you can receive these posts in your personal Twitter feed by following

Please let me know if you find this useful. And as always, keep the suggestions and articles coming. If you do share articles with me, it's very helpful if they come with a website link as well as text. Thank you for reading Autism Bulletin.

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