The New Yorker's Twitter Profile Analysis @newyorker on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 19/02/2021 to 24/02/2021.

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The New Yorker
@NewYorker
My Parents: Don’t put photos of yourself on the Internet. Me: Post thousands of carefully curated photos of your life on Instagram so you can build a following and attract sponsors who reflect your core values, such as Bacardi and MeUndies. https://t.co/TS9IU2wnns
24 Feb, 2021 - 12:25 AM UTC
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During the listless days of last spring, the photographer Mark Mahaney and his nine-year-old daughter Veda started shooting a series of whimsical portraits. https://t.co/oUNXGpspHY
23 Feb, 2021 - 11:52 PM UTC
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The singer and guitarist @julienrbaker makes raw, ghostly rock music that’s rooted in personal confession. But, unlike some artists operating in that mode, she’s figured out how to turn fragility into a display of fortitude, @AmandaPetrusich writes. https://t.co/RQ6QZsSYSL
23 Feb, 2021 - 11:16 PM UTC
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At Monday’s confirmation hearings for Merrick Garland, Senator Ted Cruz was not the only Republican whose treatment of Garland’s history was lacking in perspective. https://t.co/m16l4wBbIv
23 Feb, 2021 - 10:53 PM UTC
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Why live with a difficult animal? “I saw Jack’s sweet laziness, his affection, his capacity to enjoy life,” Anna Heyward writes, about her foster dog. “When I got home from work, he would greet me with unhinged excitement.” https://t.co/opChbIT9jM
23 Feb, 2021 - 10:22 PM UTC
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“Trump created a humanitarian disaster,” a U.S. official said, of the former President’s approach to immigration. The Biden Administration will have to convince allies to trust Washington again. https://t.co/1LIytpniNc
23 Feb, 2021 - 09:38 PM UTC
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A therapy-induced spiral, by Walter Scott. https://t.co/oWkWTPtFFA
23 Feb, 2021 - 08:54 PM UTC
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In India, the reported COVID-19 death rate is roughly a 10th of what it is in the U.S.; in Nigeria, it is less than a 100th of the U.S. rate. Why does the pandemic seem far deadlier in some countries than in others? https://t.co/cnyj26xhFj
23 Feb, 2021 - 08:20 PM UTC
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The painter and sculptor Nicole Eisenman’s work tends to be marked by indeterminacy—of mood, of the likelihood of a happy ending—but it also is animated by a generous, sometimes goofy earnestness. https://t.co/QmJPhJ8cvh
23 Feb, 2021 - 07:47 PM UTC
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Full of dark ironies and unintended consequences, A. E. Coppard’s short stories often center on the inability of an obtuse male protagonist to see into the heart of the one he loves. https://t.co/FMg8RsnOMw
23 Feb, 2021 - 07:09 PM UTC
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The inventive documentary short “Hysterical Girl,” starring Tommy Vines as the subject of one of Freud’s most famous case studies, confronts the denial of sexual abuse. https://t.co/Omz0KZudg5
23 Feb, 2021 - 06:37 PM UTC
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Pandemics make people feel precarious, and feeling precarious can either focus our minds or fry our circuits. https://t.co/6pAWdseg2b
23 Feb, 2021 - 06:03 PM UTC
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The show “It’s a Sin,” which has been broadcast to great acclaim and record-breaking viewing figures in the U.K., vividly evokes the deficit of information available to the most vulnerable populations early in the AIDS crisis. https://t.co/glAG7P26Hn
23 Feb, 2021 - 05:27 PM UTC
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Donald Trump’s acquittals reveal the weakness of impeachment as a device to rein in the Presidency. “If a weapon is truly potent, you probably don’t have to use it twice,” @jelani9 writes. https://t.co/jZQaYlfx3G
23 Feb, 2021 - 04:41 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @newyorker top retweets by The New Yorker

Atul Gawande
@Atul_Gawande
Great @NewYorker piece from the incomparable @DrSidMukherjee on how much in this pandemic is still unexplained. Among other things, it made me discard my thinking about what made India go from #1 in COVID infections and deaths in Sept to a bottom dweller. Now: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. https://t.co/pMt2ahpeHx
22 Feb, 2021 - 09:02 PM UTC
Emily Nussbaum
@emilynussbaum
"it’s a beautiful world, even in its falling-apartness." Gorgeous, humane profile of the brilliant @corncub by Ian Parker: https://t.co/1zzjlohjyi
22 Feb, 2021 - 06:48 PM UTC
Isaac Chotiner
@IChotiner
New Interview: I talked to John Mackey, the CEO of Whole Foods, about his relationship with Jeff Bezos, how Whole Foods has approached worker safety during the pandemic, and why Mackey wants to steer clear of certain conversations about politics. https://t.co/Vudj7iQ3T2
22 Feb, 2021 - 06:44 PM UTC
Andrew Marantz
@andrewmarantz
"The perspective of the painting is flattened...the sofa forms a horizon, but so does the horizon.” Master portraitist Ian Parker on master painter Nicole Eisenman: https://t.co/2i9oBmtn04 https://t.co/OSZxPmiz9h
22 Feb, 2021 - 06:13 PM UTC
Michael Luo
@michaelluo
"The reported death rate in India, which has 1.3 billion people and a rickety, ad-hoc public-health infrastructure, is roughly 1/10th of what it is in the United States. In Nigeria...the reported death rate is less than 1/100th of the U.S. rate." https://t.co/ALIXQfJ204
22 Feb, 2021 - 02:05 PM UTC
Michael Luo
@michaelluo
As we approach the 500k milestone, @ksxue reminds us of "the striking ambiguity about the seemingly straightforward number of Covid-19 deaths." https://t.co/WTDhqcDTz9
21 Feb, 2021 - 11:08 PM UTC
Erin Overbey
@erinoverbey
Sunday reading from @NewYorker archive: this week, we're highlighting a selection of pieces on the music of protest—w/stories by @dstfelix, @huahsu, Claudia Roth Pierpont, Paul Grimstad + more. #NewYorkerArchive https://t.co/ri74Hx8ZD3
21 Feb, 2021 - 04:35 PM UTC
Michael Luo
@michaelluo
Fascinating reporting from ⁦@caro_ohlivia⁩: “Towns across rural Alaska are beating the rest of the country in vaccine distribution.” https://t.co/6g2O4dWPin
21 Feb, 2021 - 03:05 PM UTC
Jane Mayer
@JaneMayerNYer
New in Talk of the Town: A high-level Swat Team planned for every way Trump could subvert the election & predicted a Jan.6 standoff - but it was worse than even they expected. https://t.co/ZUfWc1YNAq
20 Feb, 2021 - 10:16 PM UTC
Naomi Fry
@frynaomifry
i wrote about the hbo doc "fake famous"! https://t.co/fZY0rDOTcB
20 Feb, 2021 - 09:31 PM UTC
Eric Lach
@ericlach
Why did an angry phone call from a governor to an assemblyman become such a big deal? Because of a nursing home scandal, yes. But also because Cuomo’s bullying is an open secret. And because the fight for power in post-pandemic New York has already begun. https://t.co/aOGRgsi9e6
20 Feb, 2021 - 02:24 PM UTC
Eric Lach
@ericlach
New column: A nursing home scandal, a governor, an assemblyman, and a phone call. I talked to @rontkim, @Biaggi4NY and other lawmakers about this week's events and what they means for New York. https://t.co/aOGRgsi9e6
20 Feb, 2021 - 03:07 AM UTC
Michael Luo
@michaelluo
NEW from @ericlach: Ron Kim was bathing his 3 kids when phone rang. The governor was so loud that Kim’s wife and daughters grew upset. “I will go out tomorrow and start telling the world how bad of an Assembly member you are, and you will be finished.” https://t.co/lcM7or4aIM
20 Feb, 2021 - 02:43 AM UTC
Min Jin Lee
@minjinlee11
An extraordinary poem in this week’s @NewYorker by @the_shb Edited by @Deardarkness https://t.co/Lq2m1bEyP2
20 Feb, 2021 - 12:57 AM UTC