Birdseye is a less distracting way to catch up on your favorite Twitter follows. Rather than constantly checking your Twitter feed or turning on tweet notifications to hear what your favorite people have to say, Birdseye enables you to subscribe to accounts and receive organized Twitter content on a daily or weekly basis.
The way it works is simple. Sign in with your Twitter account and select accounts you enjoy hearing from. You will then receive their content in a formatted email organized by tweets, replies and retweets either daily or weekly. You can either create one big newsletter for all the accounts you selected, or create one newsletter per person. Up to you. 😃
June 21, 2021
it seems sort of obvious in retrospect but I didn't know this: Ibn Rushd (aka Averroes)' wrote his extensive commentaries on Aristotle because his Caliph Abu Yaqub was curious to understand Aristotle, but found them difficult to understand
periodic reminder that I have a YouTube channel and I’d love it if you subscribed my comments section there is also much less noisy than my twitter mentions and I’m likelier to reply to questions there
people talk about orwell vs huxley but there's not enough mention of shirley jackson's lottery, or vonnegut's harrison bergeron (both are very short stories that you can read in minutes, and I highly recommend both if you haven't read them)