Useful Political Tweets Of The Day, 6/22

(@niemanlab) A lesson in aggregation: How @robinsloan created his "Iran election tracker for the easily overwhelmed" http://tr.im/plpU


Clement Tan (@clemtan) AOL PoliticsDaily site surpasses Politico in terms of unique site hits in May, but can the site keep it up? http://bit.ly/3ODYh

Ryan Nobles (@ryannobles) Haley Barbour goes back in time. Why he is comparing 2009 to 1993 and why it is a good thing for @BobMcDonnell- http://decisionvirginia.com

James Bennet (@jbennet) Rohde escape reminds: W/ the US in 2 wars, the NYT has built the strongest team of war correspondents in a generation.

Adam Schroeder  (@staytuspro) This is a scary story. RT @ newscientist: Best brug to combat malaria is threatened by the appearance of resistance.  http://bit.ly/15E0NW

Lawrence Lessig (@lessig Fantastic 538.com study about effect of $$ on public option for healthcare: http://bit.ly/e6WnB

Everyday, I, @marcambinder, follow 1,400 of the most interesting tweeps in the universe so you don't have to. 

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Marc Ambinder is an Atlantic contributing editor. He is also a senior contributor at Defense One, a contributing editor at GQ, and a regular contributor at The Week.

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