Ever since Twitter implemented lists I try to check out mine regularly. Mostly I’m looking for bad or amusing ones, but so far if anyone has me on a list titled “idiots” or “b!tches” its private.
As of writing this I am on 373 lists, of which probably 90 – 95% say something related to libraries (I didn’t actually do the math). This aren’t surprising to me. And that’s good. I am a librarian, I work in libraries. It’s the ones that fall outside of those that intrigue me. What do they say about me? My tweets? My online persona?
What do the lists you create say about you? - clearly your priorities and interests, what else?
What do the lists you are on say about you? – I’m not sure about this one
What lists would you want to be on? - I wish I were on more transliteracy lists, but other than that I’m not too sure.
Just for fun a snap shot of some of the non-librarian related lists I’m on. Take a look at yours.
Some make me smile
Some make me proud
Some make me wonder if I’m worthy
Some I wonder what I did to get on it
Some I squirrel way to take out and look at on bad days
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