It hasn’t reached everyone yet, but a number of Twitter users are seeing “Lists” appear in their web view, allowing them to group together who they’re following into common groups and follow other users’ batch lists in one click.
Similar to how you might hit up a friend for their RSS feed OPML bundle (if you’re like us, anyways), Lists also allows you to indulge your narcissistic tendencies by seeing which Lists you’ve been made part of. If you head to any user’s page, you can also click their list to check out a sample feed of what their stream looks like.
The weird quirk at the moment is that you can’t add users to your own list from anywhere but your “Following” page, which requires paging through dozens of followees at a time, or from individual user profile pages.
Are you seeing Lists in your Twitter account? How are they helpful, or even more addictive, attached to your daily real-time blather checking?