Pick Up Your Copy of The Twitter Times

What would you get if you took the information you garnered from your Twitter feeds and displayed them in newspaper form? It would likely resemble The Twitter Times, which sifts through users’ follow lists, finds tweets that contain links and builds a page out of those links, according to TechCrunch.

The service doesn’t rely solely on choosing the most recent stories, however, examining the number of people who have clicked on articles and dividing its results into a What’s Hot section and a Top News History section, with the more time-sensitive stories appearing in the former, according to TechCrunch.

The Twitter Times told TechCrunch it updates its links every hour, adding that the page contains a retweet button and a collapsed list of the original tweeters.