Mixed greens to feed your mind
A diet of mixed greens is good for the body, and a diet of mixed green Twitter users is good for the mind.
Tue, Mar 29 2011 at 8:29 AM
I wanted to point you to a feature we have here on MNN now called Mixed Greens
. Thirty top authorities on sustainable living, development, and innovation that have Twitter accounts were chosen for the Mixed Greens list. If you’re on Twitter, I encourage you to take a look at who is on the list. You can follow the entire list at once by going to the list page on Twitter
. Or you can chose one by one who you’d like to follow.
I’ve added several people to my Twitter feed based on the list, but there are some people on the list I’ve been following for quite some time that I wanted to bring to your attention. The tweets and the places they lead you to from these people will give you plenty of food for thought.
– This is the Twitter account of Jeff McIntire-Strasburg, one of the first environmental bloggers that ever caught my attention. I was so impressed with his blog and his team of bloggers that I courageously asked if I could join the team. Although I no longer write for sustainablog, I still learn a lot from it and from Jeff’s Twitter stream.
– If you read this blog regularly, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of Mark Bittman. He’s the author of one of my most used cookbooks, “How to Cook Everything” and I always learn something from his columns and editorials.
– Of I’ve followed Michael Pollan, the author of “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” on Twitter for quite some time now.
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