About a month ago, I discovered the new-to-me social media platform, Periscope.
Periscope is a live-streaming, interactive broadcasting form of social media where "Scopers" (people) "Scope" (broadcast) about anything their little hearts desire.
I originally joined a boom of teachers who had heard about Periscope at a Teachers Pay Teachers conference in Las Vegas. Teachers were viewing Periscope as a fantastic way to connect with other teachers, share lesson ideas and resources, and even integrate it into their curriculum to connect with classrooms around the world (how cool is that?).
I quickly realized that artists and fellow crafters were also hanging out on Periscope, sharing peeks into their art studios, explaining their process, and generally doling out free inspiration by the bucketful.
Needless to say I'm addicted.
You can find me on Persicope with my Twitter handle
I'll be sharing some of my Periscope tips in a future post, but in the meantime. Jump in to Periscope! It's fun and you just might learn something and make new friends (it's like going back to elementary school!)