As I approach a decade on @twitter, some things I've learned for it's utility for science and medicine:
1. By using https://t.co/PtfgXfTwi1 (exported as a PDF format), I can usually find any article I've cited, searching a word or hashtag. So tweeting became my 1° archival method
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) July 7, 2019
Rich Nation, Strong Army
A book thread 📚👇 pic.twitter.com/lxCS674JBO
— Devon ☀️ on vacation! (@devonzuegel) July 7, 2019
Did you know there is a legit ✨particle accelerator✨in the basement of the Louvre museum!? I heard about this a few years ago, and have been dying to see it ever since.
Well mes amis, yesterday I DID!
Join me! On y va! 1/ pic.twitter.com/2iwqMx8uhn
— Annie Minoff (@annieminoff) July 6, 2019
Not joking: Very relevant, as we learned in 2008-9.
Maybe the toughest challenge to macro as we do it. https://t.co/8z7R0uSErS
— Olivier Blanchard (@ojblanchard1) July 5, 2019
Two important economic trends being discussed on Indian twitter right now.
Growth has slowed down due to fall in demand (lower consumption, private investment etc.)
The combined dis-savings of the government sector is crowding out the private sector investment.
— Sabyasachi Kar (@Sabya_K) July 7, 2019