Twitter lists are great for organizing your favorite follows into one column or page. However, manually curating lists can be a laborious task. A couple of weeks ago I got to know about Formulists, a web-app for auto-creating and managing Twitter lists and exploring new people in various ways.
To get your security list done, link your Twitter account to Formulists to group your favorite security-tweeps into a group.
To create a generic list of security tweeps:
Topic: Security Tweep Search List Options: Don't Exclude People Basic Options: 40 to 50 - This is more of a personal option Profile Filter Options: Bio: Infosec OR security OR hacker Filter by when they last tweeted: Last 30 days Filter by following and followers: More than 50 followers
Now, if you would like to add a list of people who you’re not following yet, do this quick-fix:
Tweep Search" List Options: Exclude people I already follow from list
This should give you a good start feed with bunch of interesting and informative security tweets.
You can follow my personal security list here.
Happy tweeting 🙂
- Using Formulists (stellaholman.wordpress.com)