I know, I am way late on this one. But here is my selection of most important tweets for December 2011. There are so many great articles there you have enough to read for the next weeks.
This is why I keep on using Twitter. I believe it offers a good complement to this website. So if you are on Twitter and like this selection, don’t hesitate to start following me.
Hopefully I won’t be late for the selection of tweets next month. Nota : the layout is broken. Nonetheless, the tweets are readable. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Climate change and environmental issues
Scientific American: The Coming Mega Drought. http://bit.ly/snqbkz
Energy and cleantech
Analysts predict global price of oil will remain above $100 per barrel through 2012 http://ht.ly/8dYbg
Is hyperconsumerism on the way out? http://bit.ly/tCZnaj
@wordpress WordPress continues to set the bar higher for great content management systems
Andy Revkin Interviews Franke James On Dot Earth: Canada’s Approach To Inconvenient Art http://www.desmogblog.com/andy-revkin-interviews-franke-james-dot-earth-canada-s-approach-inconvenient-art Great
@FrankeJames vid too!
Daily chart: The Economist has sorted through the economic mess of this year and selected nine charts that sum up 2011 : http://econ.st/u0694u
Dave Brubeck improvising in Moscow. Suddenly, a man starts playing the violin. http://j.mp/rS9YAC #music #awesome