Twitter posts: The Guardian, Vanity Fair and Jersey Shore

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Each day, I post short insights on about psychology, testing, personal finance, investing, the best links I’ve found, and stupid people.

You won’t find these on my blog.

Here are a few of my favorite recent tweets:

OK I seriously just saw one IWT reader hit on another IWT reader…via Twitter. FORGET WHAT I SAID BEFORE. SOCIAL MEDIA IS AWESOMEMon Jan 30 15:08:06 via Timely by Demandforce

“What should you do with extra money?” New video for Lifehacker: Feb 09 21:48:18 via Timely by Demandforce

I told friend my 2 favorite shows right now are Downton Abbey & Jersey Shore. Have u ever seen someone look confused/disgusted at same time?Sun Feb 12 19:59:43 via Timely by Demandforce

This is one of the most fascinating articles on politics and cognitive dissonance that I have ever read: Feb 14 18:57:27 via Timely by Demandforce

Pretty stunning example of how many “before and after” health photos can easily be faked…in just 5 hours. Feb 07 18:32:02 via Timely by Demandforce

Awesome Guardian ad with tons of attention to detail (thx @maneeshsethi)Thu Mar 01 16:17:50 via Timely by Demandforce

Great Vanity Fair profile of Netflix’s Reed Hasting, one of the most brilliant CEOs out there. Feb 24 13:49:07 via Timely by Demandforce

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  1. Re: political cognitive dissonance. I read the NYTimes article earlier and it was the first time I could understand why people were voting against their own economic interest and actions per se. Maximizing income isn’t their goal. But if you provide free stuff, people will take it even if they don’t really want it.