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Twitter Lists for Nerds – engineering, science, technology, and even NASA!

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I’ve created a host of useful Twitter lists for followers of @Help4Engineers (and everyone else too).

My Favorites

  1. Engineering / Science / Technology Favorites: This is my personal list of the most interesting tweeters I follow.  I go here for almost all my Twitter news.  This list is the best of the best.
  2. All NASA Twitter Feeds: Over 50 unique NASA twitter streams.  These are absolutely awesome, and many of them have tens of thousands of followers on their own.  NASA is doing an amazing job sharing the incredible information they collect.
  3. Industrial Suppliers on Twitter: I’m constantly adding new suppliers as I find them.  Let me know of any I’m missing in the comments.  These tweets are way more interesting than I expected when I first made this list.

My Other Useful Lists

  1. Manufacturing / Engineering Trade Magazines and Journals: This is a list of journalists, and twitter streams for magazines and journals in the sci-tech arena.
  2. Engineering / Manufacturing Groups and Organizations: These tweeters represent groups or organizations that various engineers might want to be part of.
  3. Engineering Departments at Universities
  4. Manufacturing Shows and Promotion Groups
  5. General Sci-Tech: All the tweeters that I find interesting that don’t fall into any of my other lists.

What other lists should I start or do you know about?

Category: Engineering & Design, Humor, Interesting Stuff, Online Resources, Top Twitter Tweets

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2 Responses

  1. Landon Cox says:

    I started a list that covers embedded development news and embedded developers on twitter:

    http://twitter.com/esawdust/embedded

    Lots of news on sensors, gps, batteries, microcontrollers (AVR ARM)

  2. This page was pretty popular so I created a static page on our blog where you can read all this news in one place. http://industrialinterface.com/blog/news-for-nerds-via-twitterengineering-science-technology-nasa/

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