The lists we're in

It’s late on Thanksgiving night, and I’m experiencing some kind of weird tryptophan anti-reaction that’s keeping me up. Anyway, I was checking out the lists insideHPC shows up in on Twitter. Here’s a rundown of the lists that we’re in

twibes-technology, 13 lists
hpc, 13 lists
tech, 5 lists
it, 2 lists
news, 2 lists
it-news-editors-blogs
supercomputing
parallelization
concurrency
techmedia
media
tech-media-and-analysts
tech-news-publications
technology
cloud
robot
bigdata
grids
business-tweets

They all make sense, except robot. What’s up with that?

Comments

  1. The robot thing could probably be the nature of the automatic posting of articles to twitter.

  2. John,
    It’d be nice to see a list at insideHPC.com of HPC Twitter users that are out there?

    Here are some people that I follow:

    Distributed Computing Group Daresbury Labs – http://www.cse.scitech.ac.uk/disco/index.shtml
    http://twitter.com/disco_group

    OCF – designers and Integrators of High Performance Computing
    http://twitter.com/ocfplc

    Scalable Computing – Scalable Computing, formerly Grid Computing Now!, is part of the UK Digital Systems KTN
    http://twitter.com/ScalableComp

    Dan Reed
    https://twitter.com/HPCDan

    HPC Wire
    http://twitter.com/HPCwire

    Vallard xCat Engineer:
    http://twitter.com/vallard

    - Chris Vaughan
    http://twitter.com/itswhativegot

  3. @Chris Heier – ah yes. You are probably right. @Chris V – I made the mistake of turning on autofollow for a long time in my account, the result of which is I’m now culling out hundreds of spammy follows. Once I’m done my follower list should be a decent starting place.

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