RT @julheimer@twitter.com

Super cool visualization @davidgasquez@twitter.com! Love seeing green @buffer@twitter.com cluster 😍 twitter.com/davidgasquez/statu

RT @graphext@twitter.com

David from the data team at @buffer@twitter.com using @graphext@twitter.com to map his community 💞 twitter.com/davidgasquez/statu

The others are a bit less clear but you can see some patterns on each cluster:

🔵 Python, Data Science, AI, ML, Analytics
🟠 Startups, Crypto, Knowledge
🔴 Local connections, Spanish profiles
🟣 Progressive Rock 🤘

The most interconnected cluster is the green one. That's basically @buffer@twitter.com's employees and related profiles.

Spent the last couple of weeks running a script that grabbed the connections between people I follow. Each node represents someone I follow and is connected to their followings. 🌐

Using @graphext@twitter.com I was able to cluster and get this visualization.

public.graphext.com/74ea964234

RT @sindresorhus@twitter.com

That feeling when someone opens a PR on your GitHub repo and it has a well-written explanation, docs, tests, and you can just click the merge button right away.

Humans have always struggled with procrastination. The problem goes back at least as far as Ancient Greece. In Plato’s Protagoras, Socrates asks how it is possible that, if one judges an action to be the best, one would do anything other than this action.

buff.ly/38WhUfs

We, this people, on a small and lonely planet
Traveling through casual space
Past aloof stars, across the way of indifferent suns
To a destination where all signs tell us
It is possible and imperative that we learn
A brave and startling truth

brainpickings.org/2018/05/09/a

RT @leesteffen@twitter.com

Unexpectedly enjoyable. Types of interchanges and their efficiency ratings.

RT @page_eco@twitter.com

One of my favourite examples of how people react to economic incentives:

Architectural tax avoidance👇
🇬🇧 UK : tax on windows
🇻🇳 Vietnam: tax on frontage
🇫🇷 France: tax on floors (roof exempted)
🇧🇷 Brazil: tax on church construction (when finished)

"We can ask physics ridiculous questions like, “What kind of gas mileage would my house get on the highway?” and physics has to answer us."

goodreads.com/book/show/420868

RT @OurWorldInData@twitter.com

What are the safest sources of energy?

Death rates from modern renewables & nuclear are similar, & orders of magnitude lower than fossil fuels

Moving away from fossil fuels is a win-win for climate & health – regardless of what we choose

Latest article:
ourworldindata.org/safest-sour

RT @qri_io@twitter.com

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