Well Twitter’s not for everyone, some of us have busy lives, some of us don’t want to develop vitamin deficiencies. Some strong willed people draw the line at Twitter or Facebook or Google + or (gasp!) all three.
That’s cool. But sometimes you miss out on stuff. Some of that stuff is important, like:
Creative Industries' Career Fund
As part of the Cultural Fund, CAL also allocates $150,000 a year to support individual Australian creators and those involved in the creative industries who wish to develop their skills and take their careers to the next level.
tweeted by Krasnostein
Some of it is funny, like:
tweeted by davechua
Sometimes I find myself having to go on a Twitter diet but to ensure that I can quickly look at important tweets for the day I use a semi automated service that collates tweets and makes a daily tweet newspaper.
The service is called Paper.li and my two daily papers are:
The first is general book information, the second is, as the title suggests, focussed on speculative fiction in the South East Asia and Australia/New Zealand.
You can subscribe at these pages and the service will send you an email each day letting you know the paper is out.
So please subscribe if you are interested, it’s free.
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