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I joined Twitter on Jun 10th, 2007: a long time ago. At that time, and for a lot of time, friends were asking “Twitttt … what??!?!”.

Since that day: 10837 tweets, 750+ followers, 700+ following, 50+ listed … and a lot of fun, and a lot of good connections, and some business, and some friends.

So happy birthday Twitter!


Kudos to the guys: their system grab 24 hours of tweets of the people I follow, producing a kind of newspaper called the Piergiorgio Grossi Daily.

They group similar tweets based on content, tags, media type and similar stuff and produce a great product: I’m seriously thinking of stopping reading rss feeds and just read the newspaper as most of the blog that I follow have also a Twitter account.

And if you want, you can receive daily an alert when the Piergiorgio Grossi Daily is out just clicking in the Alert me button in the newspaper: image


Few days ago I’ve found how to generate Automatic Newspaper from Twitter using a system called

Then I created my own newspaper based just on the people I follow:

Then I started reading it. What happened was that I was reading more this kind of newspaper and using more and more the ‘mark as reader’ feature of Google Reader where I read blogs.

Now the question are: does this means that will kill my Google Reader? Will I leave Google Reader and standard blog reading? Is this happening to you too?

More to come …


Here is a great idea called I’ve found thanks to people I follow on Twitter. organizes links shared on Twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. Newspapers can be created for any Twitter user, list or #tag.

A great way to stay on top of all that is shared by the people you follow – even if you are not connected 24/7 !

Here is what I’ve generated based on the people I follow:


Try it and give me your feedback.


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