A few days ago, @dylanparks shared a link on Twitter that led to an article titled “10 ways to suck at social media.” Of course this terminology intrigued my teenage brain and I read on. Despite the rather unprofessional title, the article contains valuable information for anyone who wants to be a Twitter superstar. As I am interested in expressing the benefits of social media in the classroom, this link is very helpful. So administrators and teachers, embrace the change. This article is simply the first of many examples I have in store: I haven’t filmed my DVDs just yet.