Preserving The Titanic With Social Media

Preserving The Titanic With Social Media
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On August 22, Expedition Titanic will dive to depths up to two and a half miles to revisit the wreck of the Titanic. Accompanying the scientists and oceanographers, digital media tools will enable the public to join in as well.

Elyse Lipman
  • 12 august 2010

Social media will soon venture where no tweet has gone before: underwater.  On August 22, Expedition Titanic will dive to depths up to two and a half miles to revisit the wreck of the Titanic.  Accompanying the archaeologists, scientists, and oceanographers, social media tools will enable the public to join in as well.

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