Twitter is so highly conducive to bragging that it has spawned @humblebrag, an account dedicated to retweeting instances of veiled boasting (e.g. "I hate flying, i don't care if its a private jet!"). Well, on Monday, the micro-blogging service gave its power users another reason to swagger and gloat: it unveiled searches that allow you to find "accounts that are relevant to that particular subject" whenever you search. Obviously, our first reaction was to find out who the hive brain of Twitter has dubbed the most relevant to certain searches. In other words, the people who are the "most" of what you're looking for. So, here are the recipients of the very first, thoroughly researched (well, we spent some time searching on Twitter) Most Relevant on Twitter Awards:
Top billing goes to Nick Kristof of The New York Times. And if there was ever a sign that Ana Marie Cox's Wonkette days are over, it's her inclusion on a list of the world's "serious" journalists.