“Invention, it must be humbly admitted, does not consist of creating out of void, but out of chaos.”
—Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Every so often, a previously used product gets a facelift with an innovation so profound that it is hard to imagine life without it: Think of the personal computer before the mouse became mainstream in 1984, or without the graphical user interface (GUI) we commonly refer to as Windows.
Twitter lists are the equivalent of the “point-and-click” revolution that occurred in the mid-1980s: Lists make Twitter radically easier to navigate. They are also key to decluttering your Twitter stream and staying focused on priority people in your job search ...