It seems like many people are on Twitter 24/7, but you have other things to do, right? You want to keep up with the news that your network is sharing, but can't possibly monitor your stream constantly. Well, here's a great site that should help you get through all that useful information.
Paper.li collects the best news from your stream and groups it into relevant categories (e.g. technology, business, entertainment, sports) and hashtags. It also embeds the videos and photos that people are sharing. As for the paper.li page, well, it kind of looks like a page in a newspaper.
Just allow Paper.li to connect to your Twitter page, it will pull the best info from your stream, and then give you a personally branded Paper.li page (in my case, for example, it's paper.li/wordsdonewrite). You can then either visit your page for the best news of the day, or maybe even share your paper.li page with friends. In any case, it's provides a user-friendly overview of what's happening in your corner of the Twittersphere. You can also follow other people's Paper.li pages to see what's happening in their networks.
In this age of aggragator sites, it's nice to have options. We all digest information differently, so if you need a better way to remain connected to your network and the info they share, check out Paper.li. If you like it, by all means, let me know what you think. Have a site you like better? Share it!