LISTS THAT PROVE THE LIST APP IS A SUPERIOR FORM OF SOCIAL MEDIA
- •This creative way to tell migrants' stories via @CNN
- •The book lists. ALL OF THE BOOK LISTS.And they're more creative than typical "My Favorite Books" lists--for instance, BOOKS THAT I WILL GIVE MY DAUGHTER, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER by @iszy BOOKS THAT I WILL GIVE MY DAUGHTER, IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
- •@nytimes makes keeping up-to-date on current events easy with their daily 5 Things to Know lists
- •Lists like this, Via @newyorker 7 ESSENTIAL QUOTES FROM OIR GLORIA STEINEM PROFILE
- •A personal favorite: THINGS TO WORRY/NOT WORRY ABOUT, BY F. SCOTT FITZGERALD Things to Worry/not Worry About, by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- •Crowd-sourcing travel advice like this list from @aidybryantBEST OF BOSTON? I realize you can crowd source places to see/eat via other social media platforms, but this is more organized and efficient 👌
- •@tmarchewski list of texts from his high school cell phone:TEXTS FROM MY HIGH SCHOOL CELL PHONE There are so many random and wonderful lists that give you a small glimpse into someone's life better than just a Tweet or Instagram post could.
- •THINGS THAT ARE AWESOME ABOUT HAVING A UTI IN JAPAN by @lenadunhamTHINGS THAT ARE AWESOME ABOUT HAVING A UTI IN JAPAN Lists are a creative format for storytelling.
- •@john makes jokes that are relative to my life*The Best New Emojis *my iPhone won't cooperate and update, the Emoji struggle is real
- •This list from @fuggirlsThings I Have Seen on Tinder It's nice to see other people's ridiculous online dating stories, and know I'm not alone.
- •@bookishclaire has started a weekly list WHAT I'M READING THIS WEEK AND WHAT I THINK OF ITI hope this really does gain momentum and become a list bookish people look forward to contributing to and/or reading. It's so fun to see what people are reading and what they think of it, gives me books to add to my must-read list, AND it helps keep me accountable for my own reading goals. WHAT WE'RE READING THIS WEEK AND WHAT WE THINK OF IT (26TH OCT)