Yeah, you get it. I love Twitter. It’s a great place to connect with new and interesting people, but it’s also just a good platform for information delivery and in some cases productivity. Some of these are actual bots (automated accounts) while others are just run by an organization — I’m lumping them into the same category because I’m tired.
Top 10 Twitter accounts to follow
- @having (FoodFeed), a way to track your eating habits through tweets [via @hikirsch]
- @s (I Want Sandy), interact with Sandy, your personal e-mail assistant
- @snaptweet, post your Flickr photos to Twitter
- @notches, share your reviews of movies/music/restaurants/anything [Full disclosure: Notch.es is a client of mine]
- @trackthis, track FedEx/UPS/USPS/DHL packages
- @gcal, add events to your Google Calendar
- @twittersecret, anonymously post your innermost thoughts, just like PostSecret
- @lotd (Lyric of the Day), short lyrics to brighten your mood or make you think
- @livetwitting, for when you’re live-tweeting from a conference or event
- @missingchildren, missing children alerts in the U.S. from http://missingkids.com
What did I miss?
What are your favorite Twitter bots? Organization accounts? Content providers? Other miscellaneous Twitter services?
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