Twitter is great for short, 140-character snippets, but sometimes you don’t have a chance to click on everyone’s links and read full articles. To make it easier, web service SiftLinks puts all those links into an RSS feed.
Not everyone wants to sift through unread tweets looking for interesting articles, especially if you follow a lot of people. However, you probably follow those people because you find them interesting, and if you’re not on Twitter 24/7 you can miss out on some good articles. Free web service SiftLinks creates a custom RSS feed that contains all those links and links to the original tweets, so they’re a bit more condensed, better organised, and ready for you in your RSS reader when it’s time to sit down and read. Hit the link to check it out.