@HamsterFragment - nice pixel-y art of a succubus trying to commit suicide in interesting ways.
@paintedIife - posts variety of beautiful art
@41Strange - random content aggregation, consistently interesting.
@WW1IEPER1917 - tweets about what happened during WWI every day, lots of other accounts like this if you search for them.
@propublica - investigative journalism, US-centric
@Interior - US Department of the Interior, lots of pretty photographs. look for more gov't twitters and you can find that a lot of countries have them and post a lot of good photos.
Don't have any intellectual twitters, I'm sure you can find them by searching for whatever you like to read about on twitter.
Many artists and content aggregators use twitter as their primary platform. It's good for short-form visual entertainment. You just follow the accounts you like and get a drip feed of entertainment throughout your day. No social interaction required. Don't be a cunt.
@HamsterFragment makes some really good art
He? It's a she bro
Insane esoteric fuckery. Changed my life.
@wrathofgnon and @WrathOfMoe
One about traditionalist architecture, and how soulless modernity is. And the other is a weeb traditionalist that posts interesting quotes.
self defined traditionalists (that word is such a hodgepodge anyway) are such sanctimonious poseurs, everything about the first account screams "can you tell i think highly of myself?">>52784
i hope this is ironic
I have a love/hate relationship with weird Twitter, mostly hate though.>>52787
I don't approve of your choices, wizkid, but I will indulge you: http://www.amerika.org/politics/interview-with-wrath-of-gnon/
Don't even think about using 'lindy'
>>52819>Many of our readers are familiar with Wrath of Gnon, the cerebral meme-master who pairs classic art with insightful quotations from writers and thinkers. Although he exists only on social media, his elegant images spread across the web and, interestingly for social media, re-appear years later.
>It is not difficult: stop looking at mass media, distance yourself from all writing that “feels” modern; keep going backwards in times until you find what you are comfortable with.
>There are of course savants out there, people who are so remarkably grounded that they are immune to modernity: you probably know many. Your uncle the air force mechanic. That aunt who is a nurse and never opened a book in her life but has started and ended more lives than Sitting Bull. That cousin who can build an engine from spare parts but has never heard of Affirmative Action in his life. Surround yourself with them. Go to them. Bask in their clearheaded glory. And then come back to the fray to pick up a few more lost souls.
…how exactly are these people “immune to modernity”? Does growing potatoes and having children automatically make one a “traditionalist”, let alone a traditional man? These solutions are so shallow. In the end, what people like him advocate for are some sort of cheesy moralism and feel-good psychological platitudes. What they have in mind is something like this picture, but even back then that was already very shallow, and “part of the problem” they are denouncing. It’s kicking the can down the road, backwards.
Nothing personal against twitter platform but I think looking for interesting people is more useful.
As an example, Granolashotgun is an interesting read that doesn't have a twitter account.
What happened to twitter these days it used to be a cesspool for left leaning journalists and politicians to spew shit and spam retarded stuff now everyone seems to embrace ideas from the right like conservatism.
do you think the blue checkmarks disappeared or something?