One of the reasons why I prefer to get most of my news through Twitter is its function as an independent barometer of what keeps us busy these days. The number of retweets of an article ,and the number of favourites that a tweet gets, are a good indicator. But it is especially the combination with the personal comments and...
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@alex_verbeek @ArtForOurPlanet: 💦 Amazing! This sculpture looks like water suspended in the air. #art #artforourplanet #cities https://t.co/biGq1…
@alex_verbeek @Alex_Verbeek: 👓 Today, two years ago, on 8 April 2018, I walked in Pearl Street, Boulder, Colorado. One of my favorite streets in the…
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