OW Editorial favorite social media reading

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The Orlando Weekly editorial staff loves to read. Which is fitting as we spend most of our days crafting things for you, our lover-ly readers, to sift through and savor (hopefully). We thought we’d take a moment to share with you who WE like to read and be inspired to each day. So here is a list of some of our favorite social medias! We’re doing it incognito though, because we don’t want you to judge us :)

TWITTER

@Billnye__tho

@TheBatman

@visitordesign

@gastropoda

@blitznbeans

@TonightOnGirls

@ClinicEscort

@ArcherFX

@WearPinkWed

@stuffjournalistslike

@uorbuzz

@fakethemepark

@Michael_Eisner

@GOOD

@AtlanticCities

@lenadunham

@richardbranson

@inhabitat

INSTAGRAM @reneredzepinoma

@baronvonfancy

@steakmtn

@catsgettingbaths

@flyinghorseeditions

@instagraffite

@kinfolk

@swoonhq

@newinquiry

@brunchwithalex

@jamesfrancotv

@peeyellow

@garfunkeloates

@superspacechick

@Tunameltsmyheart

@mental_floss

@pictoplasma

@theorlandoan

@natgeo

@humansofny

@brandon_guerts

@colbykeller

FACEBOOK

Chris Arnade Photography

London Rolls On

Team Zomo

Bad Rap

HBO

Io9

Paddleboard Orlando

GeekRest

Humans of New York

Do Something

Sous Style

Anne Rice

Made in Cardboardia

Neil Gaiman

Faces of Orlando

Tactical Urbanism

High on Life

Sundayfundayz

Juxtapoz Magazine

TUMBLR

carlyjeanandrews.tumblr.com

literaryjukebox.brainpickings.org

kookychow.tumblr.com

surisburnbook.tumblr.com

VINE

Preston Olson

Mike Doughty

I CARE IF YOU LISTEN

Jack Dorsey

Kevin Bacon


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