Sweet Tweets

Sweet Tweets

Why you should care

You don’t want to miss the stories — or the tweets — that have OZY readers talking.

There are few things more satisfying than having your hard work recognized. Thanks to our wonderful technology team, we can now see tweets about our stories right on the page, alongside all the other reader comments. We’re learning about what you, the audience, respond to, what moves you and what gets you fired up. At just over two months into this thing, we consider every piece of feedback in shaping our plans for becoming the best OZY we can be. So thanks!

Take a look at some of the interesting recent readers and remarks — and be sure to share OZY with your friends.

AOL founder Steve Case picked up on part five of our exclusive interview series with Bill Clinton.

Katrina vandenHeuvel, editor and publisher of The Nation, complimented our latest from OZY contributor and former CIA deputy director John McLaughlin.

Our look at the little-known but high-impact problem of ocean acidification was tweeted by by the Ocean Conservancy, a charitable organization that has been supporting science for healthy oceans since 1972.

We were pleased (but not too surprised) that BuzzFeed’s editor in chief, Ben Smith, tweeted our profile of his legal editor, Geidner. Thanks, Ben! What did surprise us was a tweet from New York Daily News opinion editor Josh Greenman, who took a moment to imagine our workplace.

You’re not alone Josh — the tribe’s profiles remain among the most visited portion of our site (blush).

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