Billions of tweets make up the twitterverse. Users can follow a massive array of individual and corporate tweeters. Programs such as Tweetdeck and browser-based solutions like Seesmic aggregate attempt to bring order to the twitterers that you follow and allow you to add your own tweets. However, the never-ending stream of undifferentiated tweets can be a little overwhelming. Paper.li takes your followed tweeters and makes them into a virtual newspaper, complete with short articles, graphics, videos and advertisements. It seems a little odd for something as new as Twitter to be using a simulation of the dead-tree newspaper format, but at the very least, it makes the experience of reading twitter content more aesthetically pleasing.