Posts in: Tutorials

Twitter Lists make happy tweeters.

Twitter fatigue: you follow a ton of fascinating people on Twitter, but how can you reasonably keep up with that much information, even in 140-character blasts?

I use Twitter Lists, which are supported on the Twitter website and in most Twitter clients.

Say you follow a bunch of musicians, like I do, but seem to always miss when they announce a new album or tickets going on sale because their tweets get lost in your timeline. Create a list called “music” and add them to it, and then when you want to read the latest from your favorite musicians, view that list.

Here are the steps to creating your own Twitter Lists. (Updated on 7 March 2012 for the Twitter redesign.)

Continue reading β†’

← An IndieWeb Webring πŸ•ΈπŸ’ β†’

I acknowledge that I live and work on stolen Cowlitz, Clackamas, Atfalati, and Kalapuya land.
I give respect and reverence to those who came before me.