The ReadWriteWeb Crew on Twitter: Follow ‘Em!
So, I’m a huge, huge fan of my coworkers at RWW. Some days, I feel like I miraculously (or mistakenly) got drafted to play for the 1988 SF 49ers. My boss is the coolest, Kirkpatrick is frighteningly smart with a beard that’ll rock your face off, every single one of them is both impressive and intimidating. They challenge me to be badass, consistent, thorough, diligent, and much smarter than I actually am every day.
Which is why you should follow them on Twitter. That, and they’re amusing as hell.@RWW is the steady stream of posts from the blog and the boss-man. Follow this account, and you’ll never miss out on a single ReadWriteWeb post. Also, Richard gives interesting little tidbits of his own from time to time.
@MarshallK is Marshall Kirkpatrick, VP of Content Development. Damn good writer, best researcher I think I’ve ever met, and quite funny, too. Find out about his day-to-day thoughts, new projects, RWW posts, and the occasional tweet-worthy OH.
@BernardLunn is the COO and a serial entrepreneur. His tweets center on the news and business of tech startups, including recommendations of new companies to look out for and observations on the state of the economy.
@FredericL is Frederic Lardinois. He’s a PhD student and has been blogging in the space for about 3 years at The Last Podcast and at RWW for one year from yesterday. He’s informative, current, and again, rather funny.
@SuzyPerplexus (Dana Oshiro) and @StevenWalling (Steven Walling) are, like me, the new kids on the blog (ouch! puns hurt everyone). Steven’s a wiki geek in Portland, and Dana’s a startup/new media/PR geek in San Francisco, and they’re both, like, twelve. Despite being the Dougie Howser wunderkinds of the tech blogging world, they’re damn smart and work really, really hard.
@MadLid is Lidija Davis, our very own Aussie in Palo Alto. She blogs all over the place. She and @DougColeman (Doug Coleman) are our weekend bloggers. Lid’s got specacular linkage in her tweets, and Doug (who also writes ReadWriteHire posts about the revolving door of techie HR) keeps it real with a great stream of tech news and rock godliness in equal measure.
Last, there’s me. Don’t follow me. I tweet too much, especially during events such as panels and conferences. However, if you do follow me, I more than occasionally ask for pitches in the middle of the night. If you’re awake and have a good idea, I’m usually more than happy to look into it and even write you up!