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Shakespeare’s words by Meg, on Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic

There are many ways you can participate in the #rwpchat discussion.

As well as connecting with this blog you can:

Follow on twitter – make sure you use #rwpchat when you tweet about your reading

Follow on Pinterest – follow the boards and we will add you as a pinner so that you can use this way to share your reading, watching and playing.

Share on Instagram – make sure you tag your photographs with #rwpchat. You can also see what photographs people are posting to Instagram using #rwpchat.

Like on Facebook

Each month the discussions are added to Storify, so you can look at the earlier discussions here.

You can look at the statistics of the discussions here thanks to Tweet Archivist, and a different kind of summary on Eventifier. Tagsleuth tracks Twitter, Instagram, Vine and Tumblr.  We started using it in February 2015.

TAGSExplorer beta has been collecting the tweets since December 2013, you can see a visualisation of the tweets here, and the spreadsheet here.  Here is a spreadsheet with the tweets starting in 2016. Thanks to Martin Hawksey for making this available for free.

You can see the  the 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 tweets via Tweet Archivist.  You can see earlier Tumblr posts.

2017 themes
#firstread results from Tagsleuth
#diverseread results from Tagsleuth
#waterread results from Tagssleuth

2016 themes
#wildread results from Tagsleuth
#speedread results from Tagsleuth
#redread results from Tagsleuth
#bardread results from Tagsleuth
#songread results from Tagsleuth
#bookclubread from Tagsleuth
#artread from Tagsleuth
#geekread from Tagsleuth
#flightread from Tagsleuth
#joyread from Tagsleuth

2015
Shortread results from Tagsleuth
Poetryread results from Tagsleuth
reflectread results from Tagsleuth
migrantread results from Tagsleuth
legalread results from Tagsleuth
chillread results from Tagsleuth
watchread results from Tagsleuth
localread results from Tagsleuth
darkread results from Tagsleuth
technoread results from Tagsleuth
sweetread results from Tagsleuth

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