Hopefully by now you're aware how great of a tool Twitter is to connect and build relationships with various journalists, reporters, and editors in the media. Is there a better way to connect with people who share the same interests, and sometimes the same opinions? It's also fitting today is Valentine's Day. Give one, or all, of the journalists below a follow, favorite, or retweet. You'll find everything from politics, technology and gaming, business and a whole lot more from each of these tech journalists. Here's our list of the 5 journalists We Can't Get Enough Of for February 2019.

Sarah Lacy, Pando



What she tweets about:
Women’s contributions and roles within tech and business industry
Why we follow:
Aside from being a kick-ass business woman, Sarah owns and manages both Pando and Chairman Mom. The theme of her tweets: women empowerment, intersectional diversity and inclusivity, and general social acceptance. We love reading her tweets about uplifting and empowering women within the workplace. Check this cool gal pal out!

Matt Honan, BuzzFeed



What he tweets about:
Politics, tech, and many, MANY memes
Why we follow:
Mat is pretty a rad dad. He’s currently the Buzzfeed news bureau chief in San Francisco whose tweets offer insight on his forward-thinking, diverse perspective. Mat’s tweets are mostly politically driven by business, general politics, and tech-related news happenings. Let it be known that he likes memes. You’ve been warned.

Nate Anderson, Ars Technica



What he tweets about:
Tech industry and a selection of both video and board game industry
Why we follow:
Nate is an established writer and editor at Ars Technica and author of The Internet Police. His tweets are a variation of gaming guides, gaming-related tech, and lots and lots of board game knowledge. He’s a great read. If you’re worried about getting DDoS’d, you could learn a thing or two from him.

Ashlee Vance, Businessweek



What he tweets about:
Avid football fan and discussion and dissemination of various tech-related and political topics
Why we follow:
Ashlee is currently a writer for Businessweek, a former writer for the New York Times, and hosts a youtube series that’s completely tech-centered. He’s one to add fuel to fire with his twitter captions about football but is more mellow in the discussion of general and tech politics. Ashlee is the author of a Best Seller written on Elon Musk. Check him out!

Sarah Frier, Bloomberg



What she tweets about:
Various social media outlets and tech
Why we follow:
Sarah offers incredible insight on the tech industry as a reporter for Bloomberg and is in the process of writing a book about Instagram. She’s super interested in social media and tech marketing, as shown by her twitter. A typical tweet in the life of Sarah includes social media stats and controversies and time to time meme post.

Looking for more journalists to follow? See our growing list of influential journalists on our Twitter lists page.

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