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CIO — It's easy to miss little gems of information on Twitter , the social networking service that allows users to exchange short messages. Because we all can't spend hours in front of the service, we miss important messages (or tweets) posted by colleagues, friends and family while we're away. As the list of people you follow on Twitter grows, the problem becomes more acute: hundreds of messages pass by and flow off the page before you've even had a chance to look at them. Although Twitter applications such as TweetDeck let you filter messages in highly customizable ways, Twitter's own site can help you manage this information overload.