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Future generations studying history will likely have to study tweets. amirite?

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Yeah. Maybe at that point it will be the equivalent of us studying faxes.

@LookAnAltAccount Yeah. Maybe at that point it will be the equivalent of us studying faxes.

I can see that but i think tweets will be much more taxing, Just with the sheer amount of information, Thousands of public statements and conversations between thousands of important people.

I don't envy them :D

@LookAnAltAccount Yeah. Maybe at that point it will be the equivalent of us studying faxes.

I think of it as the next evolution of studying political cartoons

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There have been official ways to cite them in papers since at least when I took composition 102 in 2010, so I'd assume you're right

Mariahmcmuffins avatar Mariahmcmuffin Yeah You Are +6Reply

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AP US History students will have tweets on their DBQs.

bertlps avatar bertlp Yeah You Are +5Reply

At least a few tweets would be worth studying.

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That will not give them a true history.

Id quit my job and live off a doctoral stipend to study memetic influence on American society if I could get into an American Studies PhD Program.

That's so tragic.

Or the technology will no longer be available and they will have very little to study.

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