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Must Follow Green Twitter Feeds

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The venerable HuffPo just posted a list of what they call the "Best Green Twitter Feeds."  It’s an okay list, but when you name streams like @Sprig (13 total updates and nothing in 7 days), @globalwarming (sporadic tweets with nothing in 7 days), and @greennews (sporadic tweets and nothing in 12 days), it’s tough to take the list seriously.  No offense Sprig, GlobalWarming, and GreenNews.  HuffPo’s list includes some stalwarts, don’t get me wrong, but when you assume the title of "Best," you have to bring it.  You have to name more than sixteen or seventeen Twitter* feeds.  Right?

Anyway, here’s my list (not a "best" list, just a list) of environmental and green related twitter folks that you might be interested in following.  To clear the air, we’re @jetsongreen.  Some of the following are no different than straight blog feeds.  Some are mixed blog feeds with conversation.  Others are pure conversation. 

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Guy Kawasaki Hearts Jetson Green x 2

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How can a website not be flattered when Guy Kawasaki, you know, founder of Alltop, partner at Garage Technology Ventures, and chief evangelist of Apple, sends you an email announcing your website’s inclusion in Alltop?  We are.  So we’re taking this quick opportunity to kick out a shout of thanks to Guy and the folks hard at work at Alltop.  Thanks for including Jetson Green in both the Green and the Architecture pages.

If you haven’t visited Alltop yet, it’s an online magazine rack for people that don’t use feeds.  It’s also for people that use feeds but that are looking for authority blogs in a certain niche topics.  Click the above images and make sure to check out our enviro and architecture blog friends.

Concourse E Tells a Modern Green Story

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Several months ago we blogged about Concourse E and two projects going up in Atlanta.  Today Concourse E’s owner Jeff Demetriou shot me an email with a link to the new Concourse E Blog.  I was reading back into their blog archives and noticed that 81 Weatherby, a serious modern looker, will have what seems to be the first residential green roof in Georgia.  Impressive!  Concourse E is getting pretty close to finishing both homes that we talked about in the rendering phase, so we’ll keep you posted.  In the meantime, go check out articles and photos at the new blog. 

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