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  1. 1

    Miguel Wickert- Pineiro

    Gina,

    I like it! I’m simply impressed with Twitter. I think this is an excellent move. This seems to make life easier for the rest of us! ๐Ÿ™‚ Bravo to you for sharing and gaining access and to Twitter for their continual development.

    -Mig

  2. 2

    emailtoid.net/i/7ab13bf6/…

    I’m pretty excited for this. TweetDeck has yet to win me over, since the simplicity of the web interface is usually preferable to too many options. Thanks for sharing with us ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. 3

    Joost Schuur

    Your screen shots don’t describe a way to use lists as ‘groups’ to simply filter people you follow and prioritize which updates you want to track, much like Facebook lists work.

    Is that supported in Twitter’s list implementation or is the focus on discoverability?

  4. 4

    Holger

    Please check http://tweetranking.com, a Twitter directory based on personal recommendations on Twitter. The results are rankings of interesting people on Twitter and something like an aggregation of Twitter Lists. It is a german startup, but available in englisch language.

  5. 5

    mike

    http://mixtweet.com is a Twitter List service already available. It allows you to do everything described above. In addition you don’t need to follow someone to add them to a list, you get real-time updates and you can share your list via embeddable widgets.

    More info: http://mixtweet.posterous.com/announcing-mixtweet

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