Fans of Apple often identify with the company's original advertising campaign for the Mac which encouraged users to "Think Different". However, choosing a particular type of computer isn't really enough to change our way of thinking. To think differently, we need to read differently. We need to expose ourselves to people with an unusual point of view.
Here are 10 Twitter accounts that share original and curated content that will make you think:
@bakadesuyo - Eric Barker, at Barking Up The Wrong Tree, wants to understand why we do what we do and use the answers to be awesome at life.
@carr2n - David Carr is a reporter and columnist who covers pop culture at the New York Times.
@mistygirlph - Misty Belardo will teach you one little thing you can do, how small positive actions can help you improve the quality of your life.
@margaretwallace - Margaret Wallace is passionate about tech, media, gaming, gamification and pop culture.
@vincefavilla - Vince Favilla shares interesting psychology news, fun facts and other great stuff to educate, inspire and motivate.
@avantgame - Jane McGonigal makes and plays games. She also shares why games make us better and how they can change the world.
@harvardbiz - The latest Havard Business Review blog posts, management tips, daily stats and more.
@htollvr - Heidi Tolliver-Nigro is a print industry analyst specializing in digital, 1:1, and web-to-print technologies.
@nadraangerman - Nadra Angerman evangelizes 3D printing, 3D imaging, Rapid Prototyping and Additive Manufacturing.
@toughloveforx - Michael Josefowicz is a retired printer committed to improving education.
Who do you follow who encourages you to think?
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