Your babes online in the picture
A true model in life and twitterfan since her sister @marlooz and mother joined in the fun a long time ago (in twitter history terms
Meet Marieke, dutch, webeditor for two magazines and enjoying the online life from Utrecht in the netherlands.
We’ve had some twitterpersonalities here before but Emily must be one of the top dogs in twitterazi women these days. She runs multiple businesses and enjoyes her design wear from boots to toys. you’ll find more info on her blog emily chang and here.
Her bio in her own words: Designer. Co-founder of Ideacodes. Creator of eHub and PicoCool. Co-creator of Twitterverse.com. All around webling. Likes robots. And fruit.
Having finished one study she just couldn’t get enough of it and started another. First journalism and now politics. Imagen debating with her about your favorite subject on Twitter She isn’t called Majtie (Mighty) for nothing!
She knows her left from right although she sometimes swaps her L+R marked socks to keep life interesting. Is also known as pixelprincess and will keep you asking yourself what stories lie behind that captivating look. Read her dutch blog (if you can )
This time a twitterbabe herself suggested another babe, and what a Babe she is!
Kizzy can be described as an energetic humoristic woman with lines on her personal blog like
Our regular supplier of twitterbabe beauty’s informed us of twitternewbie Saskinha.
A serious babe with a touch of msytic that makes you wanna follow her tweets even more!
Being in Wired’s top ten list of sexiest geeks in 2007 must be just another day in the life of Sarah Meyer. She was a party crasher before becoming a writer, blogger and producer according to her short bio on Wired. She can be found on her lifecast, blog and now twitter as well. So we thought the title twitterbabes would suit her as well!
Photograpy courtesy of Sarah Meyer
Only a short while ago she enjoyed her first minutes of online fame by starting a website to land herself a new EOS photocamera which she did on givemeaneos.com. If you are able to read dutch take a look at Marjolijn’s personal blog here.
She is also known as one of the promoters and organisers of the dutch phenomenon called “twitterborrel” aka tweetup (for these and more twitionary details take a look at the official twitionary site of our other twitterbabe Marlooz).