6 Responses to Twitter Lists: Recovering the Magic of Discovery on Twitter

  1. jmacofearth says:

    Thanks Scott. I think you have a good point. Formulists seemed more interested in adding me to lists, lots of lists. Of course it was the users not the system.

  2. jmacofearth says:

    Thanks Scott. I think you have a good point. Formulists seemed more interested in adding me to lists, lots of lists. Of course it was the users not the system.

  3. Scott Allen says:

    I love lists, but I don't share your disdain for auto-curated lists. In some cases, they're actually useful. I just did a guest post on Michael Q. Todd's blog showing how to use ifttt to make lists of a) people who RT or @ message you, and b) people who participate in a hashtag chat. Both of those are groups I'd like to be able to monitor, and I shouldn't have to build them by hand.

    http://www.michaelqtodd.com/ifttt-rock-twitter-klout-kred-empireave

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