Android Central on TwitterYou're following us on Twitter, right? Please don't tell us that out of our astounding 72,742 followers ... wait ... 72,748 -- you're not one of them? For shame.

Here's why you should be following us on Twitter: We're awesome. Plain and simple. Well, that and you get force fed the latest Android news, reviews, apps, all that stuff you're coming to the blog for in the first place. An who doesn't want that?

And even more fun is that you get to interact with us directly, and we get to meet a few of you, too. Ask us a question, and we're likely to answer it, provided we've had our morning coffee. So be sure to hit us up. We're @androidcentral, of course.

But, wait, there's more. If you're really hard-core, check out @ac_forums for new threads from our Android Forums. Again, that's a pretty heavy feed, so consider yourselves warned.

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Android Central on Twitter

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The editors' info is right on androidcentral.com if you scroll down on the right:

Phil Nickinson, Editor
E-mail: phil@androidcentral.com
Forum handle: Phil Nickinson
Twitter: @philnickinson
Jerry HildenbrandJerry Hildenbrand, Senior Writer
E-mail: jerry@androidcentral.com
Forum handle: gbhil
Twitter: @gbhil
Chris Parsons (aka Bla1ze)Chris Parsons, Senior Writer
E-mail: chris@androidcentral.com
Forum handle: Chris Parsons
Twitter: @bla1ze
Cory StreaterCory Streater, Forums Admin
E-mail: cory@androidcentral.com
Forum handle: Cory Streater
Twitter: @cstreater
Dieter BohnDieter Bohn, Editor in Chief, Smartphone Experts
E-mail: dieter@
smartphoneexperts.com
Twitter: @backlon

with more info at: http://www.androidcentral.com/about

Actually I'm not following, tho follow some other blogs. Somehow I like to use the real site for some weird reason...

Edit: Maybe because I know I'm gonna open many articles as tabs, compared to other blogs where is only like one interesting article, so Twitter is enough.

I'll keep using RSS thanks. Articles don't get lost in the stream. I used to follow and stopped, too many tweets from one source for my taste.