What exemplifies the Internet community better than live tweeting? Consider live tweeting the online alternative to swarms of World Cup fans wildly cheering on their favorite team at a local bar. Except in the aforementioned case, only those in the immediate vicinity can participate. Instead, live tweeting literally brings a world of like-minded individuals together under one, or several, designated hashtags. The Super Bowl, Academy Awards, True Blood series finale… it doesn’t matter what the event. Any buzzworthy thing that happens can be live tweeted, and by any kind of person (buzzworthy or otherwise). We get it -- live tweeting seems overwhelming. There is an array of opportunities to do so, endless pages of content from an endless number of users, split second decisions to be made and memory muscles to strengthen. But if we can do it, you can do it! Just recently we here at CRC garnered over 1,500 Facebook likes in one week for The Survivor Collection by live tweeting its launch at The National Women’s Survivors Convention in Nashville. So in preparation for the upcoming VMAs, we’ve compiled a short list of tips to help you live the live tweeting life.