- 7 Podcasts on 'Macbeth': http://bit.ly/cz2FeG
- Visualizations of the text of King Lear: http://bit.ly/7DnKeX.
- RT @FolgerLibrary: Five Geeky Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare's Birthday.
- All #Shakespeare's sonnets via #Wordle: http://bit.ly/5qt0Jv
- Fascinating: the Hamlet Quartos site: http://bit.ly/a0LkH1
- Multimedia 'Romeo and Juliet' from Shakespeare in Bits: http://bit.ly/bhNcDH
- More tweets on the Bard's birthday ... Recommending the Shakespeare iPhone App : http://bit.ly/9wUhN3.
- RT @boulderbooks: In his writings, #Shakespeare used 31,534 words. Estimates indicate he knew 66,500. The average person?
- Shakespeare #ff for the day that's in it: @ShakespeareGeek
- Shakespeare #ffs for day that's in it: Shakespeare: @TheRSC, @shakespeareinb, @MadShakespeare, @BritShakespeare, @The_Globe, @FolgerLibrary
- Terrific and fascinating resource: Shakespeare word frequency lists - http://bit.ly/90yHmu.
- Brilliant collection of Shakespeare production design links - http://bit.ly/aEfVxp.
- Thou spleeny onion-eyed clack-dish! [Fun : the Shakespeare Insulter Machine - http://bit.ly/d94zG6]
- Macbeth resource notes from @abbeytheatre: http://bit.ly/c5ruls
- On Shakespeare's birthday, each play via #Wordle: http://bit.ly/bSIf5I
- Happy birthday, Shakespeare! Here's our Student Crossword for the occasion: http://nyti.ms/d2G3Lg. RT @NYTimesLearning
- On Shakespeare's birthday, our first King Lear revision podcast for Leaving Cert: http://bit.ly/aCXO5W
- Excellent! RT @EditorMark: List of the day: Shakespearean insults, including swag-bellied, toad-spotted, and whey-face: http://bit.ly/aTwhHi
- A brilliant critic - great that essays now all in one book. RT @RhysTranter: Prefaces to Shakespeare: http://bit.ly/bUnN9b
- Shakespeare comments on the internet: "The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together" (from 'All's Well...')
- The Bardweb resource site: lots of great #Shakespeare links: http://bit.ly/cbmchW
- The Hamlet blog: http://bit.ly/aD98Mq.
- Recommended: the brilliant Shakespeare Clusty Search Engine - fabulous resource. http://bit.ly/a1CjFZ
- Shakespeare was born on April 23rd (we think) 1564 and died on April 23rd 1616: lots of Bard tweets today and a summary later.
- Find more Shakespeare-inspired fun for kids on Folger's Shakespeare in American Life website. bit.ly/avEUWj
Friday, April 23, 2010
25 Shakespeare Tweets
Today being Shakespeare's birthday (and 'death'-day too), we've been tweeting on the Bard, and here's a selection, with links to lots of interesting resources, books, articles and more...