Lately I’ve been going through a Twitter downsizing. What I mean by that is I’ve been getting a lot of people out of my feed. Either it’s because the people I’ve removed are inactive, or share a lot of interesting content from around the web, but don’t actually interact or communicate a lot online with me. But I’ve tried to make it a point to get some quality content on my feed.
In this pursuit, I found that TIME magazine has come out with a top list of interesting twitter feeds of this year, ranging across different areas of expertise. I found some in the area of technology interesting to me, and you might want to check them out as well!
Here’s the page to the TIME’s Twitter 140. Along with that, below are some of the folks I personally started following and found worth recommending if you enjoy discussions around technology and social media (some are from the TIME list, some are my personal picks):
— SANDRINE ANDRO (@SANDROANDRINE) April 26, 2013
Installing Linux in a VM in observance of World Penguin Day. — Ed Bott (@edbott) April 26, 2013
Instapaper: I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter™ — Glenn Fleishman (@GlennF) April 26, 2013
Hey Amazon, thanks for emailing and letting me know that you’re “Introducing Cloud Player”. It’s only been 287 days since you introduced it.
— Matthew Guay (@maguay) April 25, 2013
Judging a latte art competition > Judging a business plan competition
— Aaron Marshall (@AaronMarshall) April 25, 2013
TV show idea: “America’s Last Top Model” – A high fashion battle of life and death! Bidding for rights will begin at 10m bitcoins. — Nick Pettit (@nickrp) April 25, 2013
I still can’t get over that it says “Life Companion” right on the GS4.
— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) April 24, 2013
Now that we know who’s part of Weird Twitter, I’m starting the Bitter Twitter list. It’s really long so far.
— Joshua Topolsky (@joshuatopolsky) April 25, 2013
Got some good picks of your own? Let us know in the comments below!