For many of us (myself included), Twitter has quickly become the "go to" place for insightful and witty tweets about all of the latest in the tech world. I've compiled a number of tweets from the last few weeks that sum up what I saw as some of the more interesting news of late.

Rumors Spread About PlayBook Discontinuing

BGR (Boy Genius Report): RIM to discontinue BlackBerry PlayBook?

BlackBerry (Research in Motion): @BGR Pure fiction. No plan to discontinue. In fact, WiFi PlayBook is launching in new countries practically every week.

Mac OS X Lion "Roars" on the Scene

joetusin (Joe Tusin): Lion set free; Apple Mac OS X 10.7 love/hate review @ComputerWorld 

BrentO (Brent Ozar): OS X Lion is wearing me down. I find myself flipping my finger up & down on the mouse guessing which way to scroll. No clue.

gujord (Roger Gujord): Installed Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion". QuickTime 7 Pro is not supported in Lion :-( Any good alternatives?

Edbott (Ed Bott): If you used "Lion roars" in your hed today, you earn a week's detention in Lazy Headline Writer's Jail.

Google+ Spreads like Wildfire, Businesses Get Anxious

TheNextWeb: Google+ for Businesses beta open to "EVERYONE" much sooner than expected by @jfalconer on @TNWgoogle

WSJBusiness: Google+ Grabs 20 Million Users 

LinkedIn "Spam" Drives Users Nuts

richi (Richi Jennings): Could spam sink LinkedIn? Yes! @Richi's Rant for @Computerworld

Jsjxyz (Jerry S. Justianto): Just marking all "Linkedin Connections" email as SPAM in Gmail.

Kylotan (Ben Sizer): Unemployed people should copy my LinkedIn profile. I get as many unsolicited recruiter contacts as spam emails these days.

And Many More Tech Updates

AngryPets (Michael K. Campbell): Wow. Killer. I just switched a CLR assembly from .NET 2.0 to .NET 4.0 in Denali CTP3 without it missing a beat.

danholme (Dan Holme): AvePoint Introduces New Features for #SharePoint Management, Protection & Custom Applications with DocAve v5.7 

mminasi (Mark Minasi): Always knew I'd live to see the first manned US space flight. Never imagined I'd live to see the last.

kbriankelley (Brian Kelley): Mobile devices and the enterprise - Seeing too often where security is being neglected for ease of use

DrRez: Lync Adoption and Training Kit Released to the Web #ocs #ucoms #lync

What have your favorite tweets been? Post them in the comments or send them to me on Twitter.