By Maggie Lange | Thompson on Hollywood March 21, 2012 at 3:06PM
Time collected "The 140 Best Twitter Feeds of 2012." While "Best Of" features are inherently arbitrary and we won't criticize the 140 choices--or having to click through each individual mini-post-- "entertainment" as a category has been shortchanged.
Time divides their listing into eight subsets: Humor, Culture, Sports, Experts, News & Information, Politics, Tech & Geek, as well as Art, Style & Photography. Certainly, entertainment might factor into all of these, but the lack of a stand-alone category is mystifying for a classification of Twitter happenings.
Some celebrities or sites that cover entertainment make appearances in other subsets. New York Magazine's Vulture deserves to be included in the Culture component, while actors Rainn Wilson, Seth Meyers, William Shatner, Steve Martin and Steve Carell make the cut in the Humor section (left out are genius tweeters @stephenfry and @AlbertBrooks).
But how do movies, television, celebrity not fit on this list? #Thoughts?