If you really want to get to know Team Gizmodo, we're all on Twitter. You can think of it as Gizmodo unfiltered. With up to date links to our stories, hot gadget action, 140 character insights, and pictures of sandwiches.
Any serious Gizmodo fan will want to follow everyone below. We give good Twitter. If you're logged into Twitter, all you need to do is click the button labeled "follow" on any of the individual tweets, sweetheart.
Sandberg pushing sponsored stories like Facebebook is a blog from 2005
— joemfbrown (@joemfbrown) July 26, 2012
Joe is our captain. He's the reason we all get up in the morning; the joy that fill our hearts and the smile upon our lips. Beyond that, he's one of the greatest technology journalists of the past twenty years. And if I don't say all that I'm fired. Follow Joe for top-level tweets about the best of Gizmodo and the Web. And stuff about motorcycles. And meat. Sometimes knives. And very occasionally: razor sharp meat motorcycles.
I wrote a 21,000 word review about Mountain Lion but it's just "sure, why not?" copy/pasted 7,000 times.
— Brian Barrett (@brbarrett) July 25, 2012
Brian hates Pandas. But you'd never know that from his Twitter feed, which is actually quite delightful, and not at all the kind of thing you'd expect from a panda-hating maniac who probably also is bitter about raccoons.
The depravity this morning, Brooklyn, you're laying it on pretty thick.
— Harry Sawyers (@harrysawyers) July 9, 2012
Harry has a taste for the finer things in life, including babies and power drills. Follow him for tweets about how his life is invariably better than yours.
The coolest part of Batman is when Bane kills Boo #ripboo
— Jesus Diaz (@jesusdiaz) July 23, 2012
Jesus is forever sending us hateful emails, explaining why this or that post's art is terrible. But that's okay, because it's true! And he hates because he loves. But it's hard to pay attention because I'm always so busy stalking him on twootertwatter.
O no a google street view car just caught me walking down the street in critter shorts holding a McDonald's bag
— Sam Biddle (@samfbiddle) July 27, 2012
Ladies, Sam frequently embeds location into his tweets and often tweets from home. Just sayin'
what the fuck no kd start (gonna say it every time)
— caseychan (@caseychan) July 17, 2012
Casey may or may not have learned to Dougie in 2011. He does not tweet pictures of food. He has fabulous hair, and knows where to score cool sneakers. He tweets a lot about sports and keeps an illegal big cat in his LES apartment that he hopes the city will only discover after he dies.
Brunch is quite literally the worst concept ever.
— Adrian Covert (@adilla) July 14, 2012
Adrian is, like, really really good-looking. He also has strong opinions on music, which he tends to cover for us a lot. And he's quite handsome. You can learn a lot by following this beautiful man's feed, who is both gorgeous and nice-to-look-at.
so busy today i only swept my RSS feeds once. bring it!
— Michael Hession (@michaelhesh) June 18, 2012
Hesh is our video ninja. He's so crazy busy he can't even concentrate on how beautiful his videos are. Don't even get me started on his tweets.
TWITTER do you REALIZE promoted tweeting WHITE CASTLE is dangerous? FOR EVERYONE.
— ''Leslie Horn'' (@LesHorn) July 27, 2012
Leslie is from Texas, and when she tells you this her voice slips into a terrifying southern drawl. Then she produces a lovely sheet of cookies for all of us to eat. Her tweets are rarely about baking or Texas.
Computer froze on me today. Narrowly avoided data loss by taking a picture of some onscreen text with my phone. #L33tH4x0r
— Eric Limer (@EricLimer) July 26, 2012
Eric recently joined our team to man the weekend shift. We hired him for his excellent knowledge of technology products and how to solve computer issues. Luckily, the technical problems on the weekend aren't as bad as they are during the week.
We get it Frank's, your hot sauce appeals to elderly folks suffering from geriatric profanity disorder.
— andrew liszewski (@aliszewski) July 13, 2012
Although seldom drunk, Andrew is actually Canadian. And although he writes his north-of-the-border tweets in Canadian, they're still pretty easy for Americans to understand, and are surprisingly light on hockey and beer references. He also tweets a lot of sweet YouTube videos.
If real life were anything like comic books, I'd have turned into a sexy cat woman super hero, not an invalid twitter.com/mollyoswaks/st…
— molly oswaks (@mollyoswaks) July 24, 2012
Molly has the most terrifying and evil cat in the world. It can disable writers in a single bound. But sometimes that furry beast is just soooo adorable. Follow Molly for wonderful cat photos—and maybe some interesting tidbits about technology.
Should we have our baptism at Rockaway Beach? Yes! And then we shall eat communion wafers off a hooker's ass instagr.am/p/NZegItn6Cz/
— Brent Rose (@brentrose) July 22, 2012
Brent has a multiple personality disorder. Not kidding. It's why we all call him Ace. Well, that and his awesome reporting from places like NASA, San Quentin, and the World Penis Pump Acceptance Institute.
I just bought diabetes at the deli
— Mario Aguilar (@mariojoze) July 20, 2012
Mario writes slow but tweets fast. Also, I'm pretty sure he's the unhealthiest person at Giz. Which is quite a feat. Mario? Mario? Are you breathing? Oh, nevermind, he's fine. I just saw some smoke come out of his nostrils.
Corrected some dude explaining franchise tag salary structure to his girlfriend. Feel like a real big man.
— kyle! wagner? (@kylenw) July 21, 2012
Kyle gave us his Twitter password because he thought it would help him, but we changed it, tweeted a bunch of embarrassing stuff. So, while Kyle does tweet from here, you never really know if its him or not. If you only follow one account, make it this one, because it's all of us.
I want to cuddle Peter Higgs.
— Jamie Condliffe (@jme_c) July 4, 2012
Jamie is a very smart person who is also British. Try reading all his tweets in the voice of Margaret Thatcher. Or in the voice of Meryl Streep playing Margaret Thatcher, because who remembers Thatcher? Jamie does, he's old!
Mohawk bike helmets: for when riding a motorcycle doesn't get you enough attention.
— Andrew Tarantola (@Terrortola) July 15, 2012
Andy Andy Andy. The most mysterious man at Gizmodo: once political, sometimes excitable, always knowledgeable about gardening. And no, that is not a weed reference: Dude knows how to scape the land. Other areas of uncommon knowledge: Anime, terrifying machinery, and, well, yeah: weed. His twitter stream is a kaleidoscope of arcana. A jeweled box full of conversation starters.
im the only one eating alone at pizza mozza right now and its fucking awesome
— Christopher Mascari (@ccmascari) June 2, 2012
Fuck you Mascari. Don't follow this guy.