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.