I woke up this morning to a tweet from my friend Ken who asked
He knows I use LISTS for most all my social media accounts and when it comes to Twitter, I prefer a Twitter Client and in particular I’ve been a big fan of Seesmic for a long time.
While I follow 14 thousand people, I certainly couldn’t pay attention to that many. People refer to Twitter as a ‘stream’ of information. At 14 thousand that ‘stream’ would be a fast flowing ‘Class 3 Rapids’! I can’t imagine what millions of followers would look like. Lists allow me to sort and filter out from that group certain people – slowing that river down to a ‘babbling brook’. Does that make sense?
So here’s the video answer to Ken’s question, but more importantly here’s how to add anyone to a LIST on Twitter, whether you follow them or not and whether you use a Twitter Client or not.
He's an avid hockey fan, rides a mountain bike, sometimes rides a road bike, has a few motorcycles (he had a really fast one, bought a cool orange one, rode a really slow one, and wants a really small one). If that isn't enough, he makes cheese and sourdough bread, loves strong beer and good red wine, and poorly plays the Mandolin.