I have to admit that I’m in love with twitter. The social network or more precisely mircoblog with its character boundary of 140 signs – even less than a SMS – is just perfect to engage with people and friends all over the world, to stay informed and sometimes maybe even to give the nonsense stuff in your head a valve. I think my twitter profile illustrates that very well.
— Florian Junk (@junk_f) April 13, 2014
— Florian Junk (@junk_f) May 11, 2014
Before I recently moved to Munich I studied and worked in Bremen. There I also got in contact with the idea of rotation curation: “Rotation Curation, also #RotationCuration, is the concept of rotating the spokesperson on a broad scoped social media account. Such a scope can be a location, a country, an organization, a group, and so on. The concept is prominent on Twitter, but has also been ported to Instagram.”1
I for example attended the Iam_bremen rotation curation and was responsible for week 16. Within that week i gave an insight into my daily life, my personal hotspots and so on. All in all it was an interesting project and I liked to be part of it.
When I started my personal travel diary press-pause I created an additional facebook page and a twitter account. To be honest I wasn’t really sure if I’d need a twitter account until I new that I’ll move to Munich. Since that moment I’m every now and then tweeting about the fact that I’m “New to Munich“. Either if it’s about sports e.g. like basketball or ice hockey, spare time events or cultural highlights you’ll definitely get a nice and personal insight of Munich.
— New to Munich (@newtomunich) March 9, 2014
Sundays are made for museums. This time I'm visiting the Deutsche Museum – Verkehrszentrum. pic.twitter.com/wm4U7nC57X
— New to Munich (@newtomunich) May 11, 2014
Because of the fact that I’m still into the idea of rotation curation, that I want to know more hotspots and the fact that sharing is caring I had the idea to lend you, you and you over there my twitter account New to Munich for one week each. I know that there already has been a rotation curation project for Munich called Munich loves U but nevertheless I want to give it a try.