I won’t be exporting all lists before closing twitter account, possibly end of March now, depending mostly on NHS related things but in agreement with an NHS consultant – the NHS isn’t going to be saved by Twitter! I think these are the most useful for future reference but all twitter lists for browsing can be viewed below.
This spreadsheet includes the environmental ones and the RussiaEEAsia ones – don’t have time to use NodeXL just yet so used a website via Sarah Marshall which exports for just over £1 (thanks Brexiteers!) per list if it’s between 50-200 members.
Some members feature on both tabs as I continue with prep for projects but the RussiaEEAsia list is still a mix of history, culture, politics, environment, health. The second tab is the full RussiaEEAsia export spreadsheet as it looks via the DocteurTweety tool – I’m not interested in numbers of followers etc – just using list for twitter names, profile descriptions and URLs
Twitter list members via twitter website, in no particular order – the Oxon and News are from when I was doing political as in party political campaigning. LondonEmbassies was created specifically in response to the terrorist attacks in London.
I have had 3 accounts including current one. My original twitter handle from 2007 I think was @navery – can’t remember second one and I don’t know how searchable archive.org is now for ghosts of twitter past.