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    Do you follow anyone on Twitter?

    Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by js58, Oct 23, 2015.

    Twitter never really appealed to me but I've decided to give it a go so I've just opened an account and I'm in need of some suggestions:

    Who, if anyone, do you follow on Twitter?

    You needn't restrict your answers to authors. Just suggest anyone whose tweets always interest, amuse or amaze you.
     
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    I have like 200 people I follow and follow me. I don't go crazy likeep some people with thousands of people.
     
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    I don't have twitter so I don't follow anyone, but from what I've seen Leonard Nimoy was often great (R.I.P.). I'd suggest following people you admire or who use their twitter for inspirational messages. Always good to follow your interests, too. (Like NASA...well, I seem to be having Star Trek related feels.)
     
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    I hear @JackAsherWizard does some funny things very occasionally.
     
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    No, I find Twitter and Facebook unbearably narcissistic.
     
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    Good suggestion. The ISS' twitter feed has a video of the Aurora Borealis as the Moon disappears behind the Earth. That alone was worth the trip into the narcissistic world of social media.
     

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