One glorious day in elementary school I earned enough brownie points to play with little balls or bubbles of mercury. Really. Mercury. Back then, nobody knew the stuff was dangerous. I suppose I should be thankful asbestos didn't form bubbles or I'd have played with it, too!
Two: I dissected a frog in grade 9...and cried. For the frog. For me. For my partner who was no doubt mortified by my behavior.
Three: Two years later the chemistry teacher insisted the entire class memorize the Periodic Table for the year-end exam. I refused. (And failed.) Why? Anything worth knowing, I said, did not require memorization. (Yeah, I was stubborn even then!)
Now, however, science is proving to be slightly more interesting. It's offering practical information that could impact my life. And wonder of wonders, it's advising me on how to tackle social media.
- According to the researchers the best time to Tweet is noon and again at 6:00 P.M.
- The best day of the week to Tweet is Wednesday and weekends.
- The best time to share on FB? Saturday noon.
For the entire report, click HERE.
I'll admit I'm fascinated by these findings, but like memorizing that dreaded periodic table I may or may not take it to heart. Will you?
Leave a comment. Let's collect our own data! (Ah-ha! Bet you were wondering how I was going to connect Data from Star Trek with this post, weren`t you?!)
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