The good folks at Twitter recently rolled out list-making capabilities for all users, finally catching up to functions that many desktop and web apps have featured for a while.

In addition to allowing users to create their own curations, Twitter has also added a basic widget-maker for adding tweets from any user's list to any given website. And since re-embedding the code for Twitter's widget is still kind of a pain, we've hand-picked ten great lists and created widgets from them for your expedited enjoyment and copy-pasteable hijacking. You're welcome!

Here's New York Times editor Patrick LaForge's list of link-happy Twitter users:



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Formerly of Facebook, currently of Twitter, Josh Elman's dream Rolodex is laid bare in his Awesome Social list of who's who in Silicon Valley:



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Everyone's favorite @scobleizer, Robert Scoble, is famously passionate about startups. Among his many expertly curated lists is this one of startup founders:



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When it comes to social media for social good, you can't beat nonprofit geek Rebecca Leaman's list of Nonprofit Technology entities:



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What's hotter these days than augmented reality? For a quick glance inside the minds of AR's movers, shakers, and true innovators, take a look at Chris Grayson's catalog of Augmented Reality Peeps:



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Speaking of what's hot right now, don't overlook Mike Taylor's XMPP list, a tailored compendium of real-time developers. No hype, all insight, this is a good place to start if you're looking for great information on where the real-time web is going without marketing disinformation:



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Raven Zachary has put together a huge list of iPhone developers - 422 and counting, in fact:



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Stepping away from the bleeding edge of web-based technology, here's Christina Braden's roster of disability rights activists:



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For digital anthropology, look no further than Ben Turner's inventory of the most fascinating minds studying our modern, wired culture:



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And finally, the only list you'll ever really need, the collected tweets of the entire ReadWriteWeb team. Embed this on your site for up-to-the minute tech news, smarter-than-the-average-bear analysis, mind-blowing linkage, late-night oversharing, and amusing geekouts:



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Thanks for reading, hope you enjoy the widgets, and feel free to share your own favorite lists in the comments!