When most people find something interesting on Twitter they do what comes natural—they follow them. The problem with following everyone is that your main feed gets clogged with the activity of everyone you follow. And after a while you have a pretty low ratio of signal to noise.
Happily, there’s another way. You can put a few high-signal people into your main feed by following them, and then put everyone else into Twitter lists.
Here’s one I just created for IoT, which you can subscribe to. It has 22 people and organizations in it (currently) that tweet a lot about IoT, so you can just click on the list within your client and get all the IoT news you could want.
[ The IoT Twitter List ]