Saturday, July 11, 2015

I un-followed three more people on Twitter.  One of the accounts was Abraham Riesman, whose columns over at Vulture I really enjoy.  However, when he's tweeting, his column-to-noise ratio is something like 1-to-30. 

Incidentally, he wrote a really nice history about Ultimate Marvel, which you can read here: http://www.vulture.com/2015/05/secret-history-of-ultimate-marvel.html

So the challenge is: How do I only read the good stuff, and block out all the random musings and jokes and stuff?  (For instance, three hours ago he re-tweeted a comment which says, "I think my dad likes minions.")  I don't mean to say the jokes are bad or anything, but if my intention is to form a Twitter feed which I can peruse in its entirety every single day, then I don't need 50 random jokes about Minions.

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