I’ve created my own personalized “Twitter Times” that encapsulates what some of my most active Twitter followers are reading and sharing.
As you can tell, my tastes run newsy, geeky and jocky, in no particular order. And with some local Atlanta news sprinkled all around.
When I hear fellow Twitterati say they use Twitter as their own personal news wire or news service, this is a good example of how it can be used not only to distribute interesting links.
It also makes it easier to catch up with what your followers have been interested in when you can’t get on the Tweet, as has been the case quite often for me lately.
Like Twitter lists — and here are mine — Twitter Times makes being on the Tweet a lot more manageable. And fun.
New York Times media reporter David Carr explains why Twitter will endure.
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