or you could just unfollow everyone except for Economist :) Our feeds are only as exhausting as we…
Joseph Rizk
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True, but interestingly, the Economist uses different headlines online than in print. I think they are more link-baity (i.e. I end up clicking, and sometimes reading articles that, in the end, don’t make me feel more informed). I assume the drivers for what appears on their Twitter account involve business needs (i.e. convert Twitter followers to customers) rather than just delivering great content, which I believe they do successfully in the print edition.

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