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What’s Simon Maloy Tweeting?

In a new feature, we examine the tweeting habits of DC journalists. Up first: Media Matter‘s Simon Maloy.

After sifting through a week’s worth of tweets (177 to be exact, on average 25 per day) from Maloy, we found that they generally broke down into five categories: unnecessary, negative, nonsensical, worthwhile and then some that we really weren’t sure about. Much of Maloy’s Twitter feed read like a nonsensical waste of time with a few surprising tweets of value.

Here are a few examples from each category.

Nonsensical

 

Negative

 

 

Unnecessary

 

Worthwhile

 

 

We’re not really sure

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