Twitter List Collection—Targeted IT Topics

November 4, 2009

Twitter lists hit the social media site at the end of October and have quickly become very popular. If you aren’t familiar with the feature, here’s a quick definition provided by Mashable’s Josh Catone:

The just-launched Twitter Lists feature is a new way to organize the people you’re following on Twitter, or find new people. In actuality,  though, Twitter Lists are Twitter’s long awaited “groups” feature. They offer a way for you to bunch together other users on Twitter into groups so that you can get an overview of what they’re up to. (HOW TO: Use Twitter Lists)

I originally started this post by organizing more general CIO and technology lists, but there were far too many for it to be truly useful. I hope these more targeted lists will serve as a good resource. The lists are in no particular order and I did not try to pick the best-of-the-best. I’ll leave that for your judgment!

I am currently putting together a CIO Resource list. It is far from finished but feel free to check it out.

If you’d like your list to be included below, please leave a comment with a link to your list and the appropriate category.

Business Intelligence

Cloud Computing

Data Center

Enterprise Architecture

Information Security

IT Analysts

IT Failure

Network Performance

SaaS

Software Development

Telepresence

Virtualization

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One Response to “Twitter List Collection—Targeted IT Topics”


  1. I only want to tell you thank you! for all the great info found on your site, even helped me with my work recently 🙂 keep it up!


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