Another Dimension of The Right Blue

TwitterVisitors to The Right Blue may have noticed that we added a Twitter button to our sidebar awhile back. On the other hand, those who read The Right Blue via the RSS feed would not have known about that Twitter button. So, we decided it might be a good idea to post a quick announcement about our Twitter feed: @therightblue

Jerry is the primary Twitterer for The Right Blue. He tweets the title and link to each new post on the blog, of course, but that is just a small fraction of what we view as a new dimension for The Right Blue.

As @therightblue, Jerry tweets news and other information about all things ocean: scuba diving, underwater photography, maritime archaeology, ocean conservation and ecology, developments in oceanography and marine biology -- and whatever else strikes his fancy on a given day! He also passes along information about upcoming events related to all those topics via re-tweets.

Of course it's not all titles and links. Jerry adds his own brief comments, and the Twitter feed is liberally sprinkled with Jerry-style one-liners and dialog with fellow Tweeps.

If you're on Twitter, and you want to stay current with all things ocean, we invite you to follow @therightblue. Click on the button near the top of the side bar on the blog, or on the big fat Twitter button on this post.

One more thing: If you're not on Twitter, Jerry says he's got some eight-track tapes he'd like to sell you. ;-)


  1. Hi! Your blog is very nice. The photographs are very beautiful. Let us make the world pollution free and save it for our children. Wish you all the best. God is Great.

  2. How cool. If I tweeted I would sure tap in... sign in? :-) Can you tweet under water? How cool would that be to actually be able to tweet while you were diving.

  3. Aloha Bobbie and Jerry,
    Didn't know that Jerry is the force behind @TheRightBlue. Just joined your Twitter family there. Looking forward to your Hawaii ocean tweets.

    Aloha, Pua @PuaHawaii
    Best Hawaii Vacations Blog


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