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15 Twitter accounts that will make you more intelligent

Okay, so there's an important caveat with this collection of accounts.

You're only going to become more intelligent if you take the time to read the content, articles and observations they share with their Twitter fans. Just hitting "Follow" isn't going to your IQ a jot.

So get following, get reading and you'll soon find yourself with more conversation starters than "Watch the game last night?".

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