Twitter organizers like TweetDeck can bring the good, actually helpful messages forward, but remembering and utilising them is up to you—whether you email tweets to yourself, add a "star" or bookmark them. One blogger's solution: Evernote's email capabilities.
Whether on the desktop or the previously mentioned, just-released iPhone client, TweetDeck (along with a handful of other Twitter clients) lets you email individual updates using your native email client. If you've signed up for Evernote's universal capture system, you've been provided with a custom email address you can send items to for safekeeping in the cloud. East Coast Blogging suggests using that email address with Twitter clients takes items that can be easy to lose and puts them in your RSS reader, your Evernote desktop or phone client, and makes them available in a lot of different streams.
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