One of the cornerstones of social media is being able to organize others into groups according to your relationship with or interest in them. Twitter's joined the ranks of sites making customizable groups available to its users - well, some of them.
Social Media Law Student reported this morning that Twitter's unveiled its "Lists" feature, which allows you to organize the accounts you follow and allows other users to add you to lists as well. The feature's not available on all accounts yet (our Twitter account doesn't have it yet, for example), but once it's universally available it'll be an easy way for you to follow all of your law school-related social media at once.
Some of our favorite law school tweeters, who will be added to a list once we have list-making capabilities:
@Lessig: Stanford professor Lawrence Lessig
@BitterLawyer: "entertainment" law blog
@EvilEsq: The Bar Association for Evil and Unethical Lawyers
@BlawgWhisperer: ABAJournal.com web editor
@blackbooklegal: law blog out of Philly
And, your Shark contributors on Twitter:
Please feel free to share your favorite law/law school-related Twitter accounts in the comments.