Journalists featured on TIME’s 2013 list of ‘Best Twitter Feeds’

TIME’s third annual list of “Best Twitter Feeds” features Twitter users who “stand out for their humor, knowledge and personality.”

Here are some of the journalists who made the list.

Richard Lawson (@rilaws)
Kevin Roose (@kevinroose)
Joe Weisenthal (thestalwart)
David Itzkoff, (@ditzkoff),
Linda Holmes (@nprmonkeysee)
Caity Weaver (@caityweaver)
Mark Bittman (@bittman)
Gael Greene (@gaelgreene)
Ruth Reichl (@ruthreichl)
Max Fisher (@max_fisher)
David Grann (@davidgrann)
Anna Holmes (@annaholmes)
Jim Roberts (@nycjim)
Michael Rusch (@weeddude)
Callie Schweitzer (@cschweitz)
Josh Barro (@jbarro)
Nick Confessore (@nickconfessore)
Ramesh Ponnuru (@rameshponnuru)
Garance Franke-Ruta (@thegarance)
Matt Yglesias (@mattyglesias)
Andrew Kaczynski (@buzzfeedandrew)
Byron York (@byronyork)
Emily Bell (@emilybell)
Ed Bott (@edbott)
Glenn Fleishman (@glennf)
Andy Ihnatko (@Ihnatko)
Gabe Rivera (@gaberivera)
Joanna Stern (@joannastern)
Kara Swisher (@karaswisher)
Drew Magary (@drewmagary)
Jim Rome (@jimrome)
Kelli B. Grant (@kelligrant)

If there are journalists missing from the list who you think should be recognized, let us know in the comments section or by using the hashtag #JournosOnTwitter.

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  • Muhammad Zulqarnain Zulfi Dull


  • Buff Dave

    @rachbarnhart – exemplary

  • Andy Boyle

    @andymboyle is clearly a good choice.

  • Will O’Hargan

    @WillMcAvoyACN, clearly.