The following is an excerpt from Daniel Tovrov | December 29, 2011 | ibtimes.com |
By this point, almost anyone worth following is already on Twitter, including politicians, celebrities, countries, news outlets and Rebecca Black.
But as 2012 quickly approaches, there are still those who are either new to Twitter, are using the technology in new ways, or will be especially interesting to follow as the new year develops.
Essentially, Alan Sugar is England’s Donald Trump, although he is considerably less ridiculous. He is the host of the English version of “The Apprentice” and is a shrewd businessman who built a billion-dollar fortune from nothing.
He also loves soccer, is a supporter of the Tottenham Hotspur and regularly chats with English footballers.
But above all else, the reason to follow Sugar is for his ongoing feud with English journalism cum CNN host Piers Morgan, whom he tongue-lashes (tweet-lashes?) every chance he can get.
Curators of Sweden
A new, random Swede will take control of @Sweden every week, becoming the “sole ruler of the world’s most democratic Twitter account,” as its Web site says. The curator has a full seven days to post whatever he or she pleases without censorship, in English.
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