We looked inside some of the tweets by @julianbarnes and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
@RealTimeWWII, a Twitter accounted created by Oxford history graduate Alwyn Collinson, narrates World War II on Twitter in real time; all the tweets are manually written, with no script used.
An interesting nugget I’d initially missed in this @julianbarnes article: The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has created two national intelligence manager posts, one to look at climate change and the other to examine disruptive technology. https://t.co/UKdNonYqch
After Rumsfeld sat down with The Wall Street Journal, he sent us a note. He said it was his first interview for his own obit since 1963, when he was newly elected to Congress. “I won’t be around to read it,” he wrote, “so swing away.” https://t.co/5ewllL4B0L via @julianbarnes
Rumsfeld, in his telling, was arguing for a quick invasion to topple the Taliban or Saddam, quick lessons for the Afghan and Iraqi militaries and then an exit of American troops. In the interview, and plenty of times from the Pentagon podium, Rumsfeld would use a bike metaphor.