There's a few accounts I started following this weekend that I've found particularly interesting - many of the Iranian election accounts have become a swamp of re-tweets* but the following accounts have been posting links and commentary that is largely original.
@TehranBureau - An organization of independent Iranian bloggers. Obviously new to Twitter given the awkward formatting of their posts but they are reporting whole stories and conversations via this account, amazing and compelling reads.
In addition to these, there's also the #IranElection and #IranElections hashtags, though these are so busy that they are the equivalent of drinking straight from the hose.
* If you're a Twitter novice, a re-tweet (or RT) is a repeat of a tweet that someone else made, allowing your followers (who aren't necessarily following the original writer) to see a tweet of particular significance. Example here.
If you didn't get a chance to attendthe presentation Mat Morrison and I gave to the PRCA last week, the lovely Katie Goodrum of that organization was kind enough to come back over to my office where I gave my portion of the presentation again whilst staring into a webcam. The end result is that you can see a hellish distance up my nose but if you missed the presentation then here's your chance to catch it.
One more thing before you click: I listened to the presentation again just now and realized that I made an egregious mathematical error at the end in an offhand comment. I am completely horrified.
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