Ok, I'll admit, I have a bit of a Twitter problem. Checking my feed is, quite honestly, a great way to find relevant info and breaking news about the things we cover here. It's also a bit of a compulsion that sometimes veers toward the unhealthy. Thing is, I've taken some time to seek out and follow some people who have interesting things to say that are relevant to my interests, so naturally, there's lots of good stuff to see in there—everything from game developers to comedians and joke accounts to news sources.
I even tweet some myself.
But I'm wondering: who's worth following that I've not found yet? Have any recommendations of Twitter accounts to follow? If so, which ones and why? Discuss.
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