Haiti Twitter lists

Nearly every major news organization is using Twitter’s new lists feature to curate tweets about the earthquake in Haiti. A few include: @abc/haiti-earthquake, @nytimes/Haiti-earthquake, @cnnbrk/haiti, @breakingnews/haiti-quake, and @nprnews/haiti-earthquake

  • http://www.ecuaderno.com/ jlori

    Check also this list of lists: http://www.ecuaderno.com/2010/01/13/cobertura-d

  • http://www.ecuaderno.com/ jlori
  • http://www.facebook.com/andre.dore1 Andre Dore

    My heart goes out to all the people in Haiti, I rely hope that things will change for the best, whatever that is at this point. Hold on to whatever courage you have left help is is starting to come your way, and it wont be long now, may Gob bless all of you, and may your prayers be answered.God bless.

  • http://www.facebook.com/andre.dore1 Andre Dore

    My heart goes out to all the people in Haiti, I rely hope that things will change for the best, whatever that is at this point. Hold on to whatever courage you have left help is is starting to come your way, and it wont be long now, may Gob bless all of you, and may your prayers be answered.God bless.

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  • http://twitter.com/HaitiAidSites Patri Penix

    I'm not posting here to tweet my own horn. About an hour ago I got this hair brain idea inspired from a Twitter user I do not know, met, etc. I was reading my DM when I read that I was his #100 follower. I linked to his account then linked his Bio URL. His name is Brian (http://twitter.com/oflynn) and according to his website, he'll be tweeting 6 hours straight, bringing awareness to Haiti relief efforts. That got me to thinking. How about a “Haiti Twitterthon?” I googled it and found no such named events scheduled. So I drafted Brian. Here is where the fun part comes in. Brian lives in London. He probably is sleeping now. I'm pretty sure he knows nothing of what I have in the works–him hosting it with a goal of raising $10,000,000 in 6 hours. But when he awakes in the morning and logs onto his Twitter account, he'll be shocked. Once again, I do not know Brian prior to a couple hours ago and what I have stated here. Here's my question. Can this become viral by morning? Just a little fun for our UK friend(s) and possibly reach that goal of $10,000,000. I'll even co-host if drafted. Thank you so kindly for allowing me to post this here. Patri Penix.

  • http://twitter.com/HaitiAidSites Patri Penix

    I’m not posting here to tweet my own horn. About an hour ago I got this hair brain idea inspired from a Twitter user I do not know, met, etc. I was reading my DM when I read that I was his #100 follower. I linked to his account then linked his Bio URL. His name is Brian (http://twitter.com/oflynn) and according to his website, he’ll be tweeting 6 hours straight, bringing awareness to Haiti relief efforts. That got me to thinking. How about a “Haiti Twitterthon?” I googled it and found no such named events scheduled. So I drafted Brian. Here is where the fun part comes in. Brian lives in London. He probably is sleeping now. I’m pretty sure he knows nothing of what I have in the works–him hosting it with a goal of raising $10,000,000 in 6 hours. But when he awakes in the morning and logs onto his Twitter account, he’ll be shocked. Once again, I do not know Brian prior to a couple hours ago and what I have stated here. Here’s my question. Can this become viral by morning? Just a little fun for our UK friend(s) and possibly reach that goal of $10,000,000. I’ll even co-host if drafted. Thank you so kindly for allowing me to post this here. Patri Penix.

  • http://twitter.com/HaitiAidSites Patri Penix

    I'm not posting here to tweet my own horn. About an hour ago I got this hair brain idea inspired from a Twitter user I do not know, met, etc. I was reading my DM when I read that I was his #100 follower. I linked to his account then linked his Bio URL. His name is Brian (http://twitter.com/oflynn) and according to his website, he'll be tweeting 6 hours straight, bringing awareness to Haiti relief efforts. That got me to thinking. How about a “Haiti Twitterthon?” I googled it and found no such named events scheduled. So I drafted Brian. Here is where the fun part comes in. Brian lives in London. He probably is sleeping now. I'm pretty sure he knows nothing of what I have in the works–him hosting it with a goal of raising $10,000,000 in 6 hours. But when he awakes in the morning and logs onto his Twitter account, he'll be shocked. Once again, I do not know Brian prior to a couple hours ago and what I have stated here. Here's my question. Can this become viral by morning? Just a little fun for our UK friend(s) and possibly reach that goal of $10,000,000. I'll even co-host if drafted. Thank you so kindly for allowing me to post this here. Patri Penix.

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