My Twitter has been overwhelmed with whatever the current political headline is lately and I’d like to diversify my feed a bit. What non-political non-news accounts do you recommend?
Basically, college professor writing for Forbes makes the argument that we should just give up on Public Libraries, and simply let Amazon create library services for people.
I chose to unfollow a Baltimore local news channel on Twitter because it was a constant stream of usually terrible headlines from around the country. The homogenization of local news channels has been weird because of the shared news sources. I could deal with seeing large national news stories and relevant local news…
Brett Vanderbrook was driving for Uber last week when he got a call from an unfamiliar number. He let it go to voicemail and when he listened to it later, he got a shock: It was a recorded message telling him to stop making “negative and derogatory posts about President Trump.”
As we all know by now, Donald Trump claims he was wiretapped by former President Barack Obama. As we all know by now, Trump is uncouth, psychotic, sexist, racist and, unfortunately, the current president.
This video got me all up in my feelings. There is a metaphor in there somewhere.
Communicating with the people that are supposed to represent you in government can sound like a fruitless task, but it is possible. You just need to remember they don’t always communicate the way you do. Here are some of the best ways to reach them.
Did you hear that Julian Assange was going to destroy Hillary last night around 5 AM and the internet stayed up to watch it? (that’s Trump’s mini-Roy Cohn advocate, Roger Stone who claimed to have insider knowledge).
So I’m on twitter as two stories are trending. Both of them are centered around conspiracy theories. 1. Hillary’s pneumonia is part of a massive cover up hiding what they believe to be her end stage Parkinson’s Disease and dementia. LOVELY. 2. They believe Hillary has a body double doing most of the campaigning.
I think there was a twitter thread recently but I missed it and now Gawker is being sold for parts so like I need to be able to find you awesome people when the lights go out. What’s your Twitter if you wouldn’t mind a follow? I barely use mine, I have literally sent 4 tweets in my life thus far. I am an old. My…
I feel so proud.
I am in the stupidest fucking Twitter argument with, for lack of a better word, a twit. Please stop me.
A friend of mine is a burgeoning romance writer (yes, she's agented) and she has started a cool new thing to benefit writers called Romance Writer Chat.
Does anyone know if it is possible to collect tweets by hashtag and then send the grouped tweets by email, like a twitter digest? ETA: dealing with powerful Luddites, so need to make it easily digestable and accessible on something they don't have to sign up for.
I love this.