CIA's twitter feed is fun to follow. They tweet about artifacts from their museum. (CIA's museum is on its headquarters campus and is not open to the public, but it has a great webpage for those of us without super-top-secret, G14-classified security clearances.) They honor the memory of its agents who have lost their lives in the service of our country. They offer commentary and context to historical events, like this Dec. 7 tweet on Pearl Harbor.
They also tweet their insights about movies like Bridge of Spies. And of course they tweeted about the "reel vs. real" debate when it tweeted about Argo, a movie based on CIA's secret plan to exfiltrate American diplomats from inside Tehran during the Iranian Hostage Crisis.
The real reason I love CIA's feed, though, is that the tweeter(s?) has a sense of humor. This was how CIA announced to the world that it was on Twitter:
They followed that inaugural post with this Tweet:
Here are some of my other favorites: