It's like your personal Twitter home page, expect that you can create any number of them and they can be viewed by anyone. Think of this as a way to organize the Twitterers you follow by topic, location, etc.
I've created two lists so far:
Unfortunately, it appears that not only do you have to be a Twitter user to see these lists, but you also have to be one of those invited to be part of the lists beta release. But just in case anyone is, I wanted to get the links to these lists out there for you, because I think they'll be great resources for theme park fans.
(At some point, when there's a clean way to do this automatically, I'll create a widget that pulls updates from these feeds onto ThemeParkInsider.com, the way that we currently pull the updates from our Twitter feed into the right-side column on most interior pages of the site.)Tweet
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