The Twitter Feed: Poo-Power, Giant Medieval Holes, and More

I read a lot of stories and articles that are interesting, but which don’t merit a full post here. I’ve been sharing these lately on Twitter. If you follow me, you’ve seen items on

  • Motorcycles powered by poop
  • A couple discovering a giant hole from the Middle Ages under their house
  • Internet addiction and gene mutations
  • Printable electrically conduct gel
  • Many more items in the tech/entertainment/religion world

So come, follow me. Also: it’s the only way to get in touch with me, since I don’t list an email address here.

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Thomas L. McDonald writes about technology, theology, history, games, and shiny things. Details of his rather uneventful life as a professional writer and magazine editor can be found in the About tab.

  • victor

    I don’t often use Twitter (seriously, it’s only been off and on since 2008) but when I do, it’s to follow the sort of stuff that you’d be posting, so I guess I have to follow you now. :-)


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