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October 21, 2010
How Do You Use Your Twitter Lists?
By Rich Brooks
People often ask me how I can stay on top of what's being said by the thousands of people I follow on Twitter.

The simple answer is, "I can't." Nor would I want to; a lot of what's being said by the people I follow on Twitter is pointless drivel or extremely self-promotional

(Not your stuff, though. Your stuff is brilliant.)

Instead, I use Twitter Lists, which are self-created groups of people on Twitter. Lists help you organize people in ways that make sense to you, and help improve the signal to noise ratio of Twitter. You can call them whatever you like, and can add or remove people at any point. Examples include:

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