I use the Twitter, like many others, for getting latest stuff from around the world on technology.
One of the good things about Twitter is that people can make recommendations for other members whom you might be interested in following. Best example is: on Friday with the #FollowFriday or #FF trending topic, this list of a few users is a good way for you to say that these people post good stuff. The bad part is that this practice is really a mess to aggregrate or organize.
Twitter needs a new way of organizing things: Thanks to a new sevice called TweepML, its now easy to follow people of your interest in a single go. TweepML allows you make a list of Twitter users to recommend to others to follow.
IT’s easy to use, within couple of minutes I was able to create a group called “Top Technology updates” that has plenty of popular and un-popular Twitter users that post good Technology-based content. Check it out.
You can also view this list at http://tweepml.org/Technology-Updates/, which will show you the collection of Twitter users that you can add to your Following list in one click. There are a number of pre-configured TweepML follow lists available on the TweepML website.
Additional options include site links and HTML buttons that can be made with the lists that are created. I think this makes Twitter member aggregation a lot easier. What do you think?