Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 6 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser  chrome

The Atlantic

13 songs for isolation, picked by me, @ethiopienne, and James Parker, ft. such congruous sounds as Lil Uzi Vert, Boards of Canada, and Céline Dion. theatlantic.com/newsletters/ar…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
"In this case, because many people are using emergency rooms and hospitals, it’s crowding out people who would normally be at emergency services ... So the death rate will rise with people like that. Do you count them?" theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
“We likely won’t have an estimate of how many Americans have died as a result of the pandemic for a very long time—maybe months, maybe a year.” theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
If death projections are freaking you out, feel free to ignore them. No one has any idea how many people might die from coronavirus, and once the pandemic is over, we won't know for a long time—if ever—how many did. theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
🚨In a new piece, I explore the growing debates about: - whether the new coronavirus is "airborne" - whether it's safe to go outside - whether everyone should be wearing a mask theatlantic.com/health/archive…N
Retweeted by The Atlantic
"At the federal, state, and local level, the provision of soap varies widely among lockup facilities, and many prisoners lack access to soap unless they buy it themselves in a commissary," @conor64 writes. on.theatln.tc/k3b00Qu
"There is something more to be regained, something more subtle, more delicate, almost impossible even to name." This is a stirring essay by Alan Lightman about a terrible time, and what comes next: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
Wild Goats Roam Through an Empty Welsh Town - 14 photos from the quiet streets of Llandudno, Wales, where a local herd of wild goats have wandered into the town during lockdown, to sample the hedges and flowers. theatln.tc/Bdl1uluL
Retweeted by The Atlantic
The story we’ve all been waiting for: @edyong209 on whether it’s safe to go outside, whether the virus is airborne, and… …whether you should wear a mask. theatlantic.com/health/archive…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
Affluent communities may be able to handle the economic disruption of COVID-19, but those that were struggling before the crisis could have a darker future in store, @AdamHSays reports. on.theatln.tc/KBJUSwn
We rely on numbers to understand the scope of tragedy. But we likely won’t have an estimate of how many Americans have died as a result of the pandemic for a very long time, reports @elainejgodfrey. on.theatln.tc/fEntACM
"Tom Coburn finally succumbed to cancer last week; meanwhile, the object of his grandest obsession—the parlous financial condition of the federal government’s finances, including the funding of Medicaid and Medicare—survives him," Andrew Ferguson writes. on.theatln.tc/JuO6Vnq
The Atlantic Daily: One of the many dreadful side effects of our collective distancing is quiet. Take a break and tune out with a playlist curated by three of our music critics. on.theatln.tc/tyCXocN
"Trump has great difficulty accepting short-term pain in exchange for long-term gain—even though in the case of COVID-19, doing so is his best reelection strategy," @PeterBeinart writes. on.theatln.tc/dbA7qBm
"He drew the scorn of Washington’s professional conservatives, the veterans of the recently deceased conservative movement, who had come to town, as the phrase goes, to do good and stayed to do well." Andy Ferguson on Tom Coburn: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
How to protect Dr. Fauci from the president's ever-changing moods: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
On the latest episode of Social Distance, listen to @ArthurCaplan, @jameshamblin, and @katlwells discuss the impossible decisions that doctors have to make in this moment. on.theatln.tc/KxQ7o7w
By making one of its main characters black, Hulu's "Little Fires Everywhere" adaptation tries to improve upon the original text, @shirklesxp writes: on.theatln.tc/9phAvUZ
"We are all science communicators now: COVID-19 has conscripted us. The way we seek out and share information can either make things better or make them worse," @LizNeeley writes:theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
"If we are going to get out of lockdown, we need to radically improve our testing protocols and infrastructure. And we need to do it fast," @aaronecarroll writes: on.theatln.tc/AqPvLQc
"Congress has passed three coronavirus aid bills, the latest worth some $2 trillion. That still might not be enough," @AnnieLowrey writes: on.theatln.tc/Y1uRmpJ
Listen to @edyong209, @jameshamblin, and @katlwells discus how the pandemic could end on the Social Distance podcast. on.theatln.tc/G3Fay6p
Photos: Wild Goats Roam Through an Empty Welsh Town via @TheAtlPhoto on.theatln.tc/jEimw4D
"Originalism has now outlived its utility, and has become an obstacle to the development of a robust, substantively conservative approach to constitutional law and interpretation," Adrian Vermeule writes: on.theatln.tc/CwE7wIP
How will Trump react when requests for help with the pandemic are coming from Republican governors? @PeterAtlantic asks: on.theatln.tc/DOEGwO5
"If you live near a jail or prison, urge local officials to consider releasing low-level offenders unlikely to threaten public safety so that outbreaks don’t lead to preventable deaths," @conor64 writes: on.theatln.tc/Q8Kpl33
The problem with being at "war" with the coronavirus? Leaders invoking battle terminology to galvanize national action risk achieving the opposite, writes @YasmeenSerhan: on.theatln.tc/8ueyBhV
"Even as he continues to lie and deceive, the president has seized control of the narrative, taking possession of the national microphone to saturate the public with his self-serving version of events," @FridaGhitis writes: on.theatln.tc/AYyjaiE
The 1918 flu pandemic’s dramatic fraying of human relationships lasted in some cases long after quarantine ended, @noahkimofficial writes: on.theatln.tc/PhujKf9
The original coronavirus-testing crisis was defined by bureaucratic red tape and a blundering White House. But now a new crisis is upon us, and this time private labs are the problem, @alexismadrigal and @yayitsrob report: on.theatln.tc/ThV2nRW
"The coronavirus was always going to hit the United States hard, but it is hitting the country far harder because of the president than it would have otherwise," @qjurecic and @benjaminwittes write: on.theatln.tc/VMHCQ47
"The health-care workers I met are part of a network of Americans spread across the public and private sectors who are keeping us well and sustained," @GenDaveGoldfein writes: on.theatln.tc/ZbKTyj6
"Despite all the research on nutrition and disease in recent years, the effects of inundating our bodies with a constant stream of rapidly absorbable glucose—a poison hiding in plain sight—has not been well examined," @DavidAKesslerMD writes: on.theatln.tc/fyA7Lte
"A coercive lockdown by the federal government may not be legal, but it is also not what is needed to keep the American people safe from COVID-19," @LawrenceGostin and Sarah Wetter write: on.theatln.tc/sqY1lvt
"Under Trump ... enhanced presidential powers under the unitary-executive theory have produced neither robust protections for the American people during the COVID-19 pandemic nor accountability for his actions since taking office," @kim_wehle writes: on.theatln.tc/sjSfYgA
"Of course, for returning astronauts, seeing a sea of new faces is a joy. For some of us, that might not be the case. It’s probably not going to be easy to jump into crowds after spending months trying to avoid them" theatlantic.com/science/archiv…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
By making one of its main characters black, Hulu's "Little Fires Everywhere" adaptation tries to improve upon the original text, @shirklesxp writes: on.theatln.tc/UqOpyNP
"A coercive lockdown by the federal government may not be legal, but it is also not what is needed to keep the American people safe from COVID-19," @LawrenceGostin and Sarah Wetter write: on.theatln.tc/tGFWkwo
The 1918 flu pandemic’s dramatic fraying of human relationships lasted in some cases long after quarantine ended, @noahkimofficial writes: on.theatln.tc/h5inh7H
"The health-care workers I met are part of a network of Americans spread across the public and private sectors who are keeping us well and sustained," @GenDaveGoldfein writes: on.theatln.tc/Jl27Yyk
"If you live near a jail or prison, urge local officials to consider releasing low-level offenders unlikely to threaten public safety so that outbreaks don’t lead to preventable deaths," @conor64 writes: on.theatln.tc/MBV8cnm
“People would come up and look in your window and holler and see if you was still alive, is about all.” @noahkimofficial writes about how the 1918 flu did long-term damage to community bonds, and how such damage can be prevented theatlantic.com/family/archive…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
Photos: Wild Goats Roam Through an Empty Welsh Town via @TheAtlPhoto on.theatln.tc/0gjgatO
The problem with being at "war" with the coronavirus? Leaders invoking battle terminology to galvanize national action risk achieving the opposite, writes @YasmeenSerhan: on.theatln.tc/Vnc2hlG
28/ Results are in for the second round. The winners include: “loop in,” “lean in,” and more. We’ll start the quarter-finals tomorrow. To participate in more engagement opportunities, follow us on Instagram and Facebook too. instagram.com/theatlantic/ facebook.com/TheAtlantic/
"The coronavirus was always going to hit the United States hard, but it is hitting the country far harder because of the president than it would have otherwise," @qjurecic and @benjaminwittes write: on.theatln.tc/4T1jJfp
"Despite all the research on nutrition and disease in recent years, the effects of inundating our bodies with a constant stream of rapidly absorbable glucose—a poison hiding in plain sight—has not been well examined," @DavidAKesslerMD writes: on.theatln.tc/OyjRlWa
Michigan state lawmaker to @PeterAtlantic: “It’s unprecedented that a president in the middle of something like this would ask you to bow down and kiss his you-know-what in order to get things that every citizen in the United States should get right now." theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
Retweeted by The Atlantic
"We are all science communicators now: COVID-19 has conscripted us. The way we seek out and share information can either make things better or make them worse," @LizNeeley writes:on.theatln.tc/IkfeMKD
 
Twiends uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter. We do not sell followers, we only provide display advertising. Bots & fake accounts are not permitted on twiends.