Like many Twitter users, my activity can be quite random. I’m far from being one of those "always on" types who spends the whole day with one eye on their tweetstream. I don’t even have a predictable, routine time when I’m on Twitter from one day to the next.Sometimes I’ll check out my tweetstream in the morning on the bus, other times I’ll spend a couple hours with it on in the background in the afternoon, or maybe in the evening. As a result I find myself missing a lot of what my network is tweeting about. Sometimes I’ll lose track of my favorite tweeters for days. And it’s frankly tedious to scroll back through my timeline for cool links and info. So I rarely do it. Enter Feedera. I signed up a few weeks back (via this post on Mashable — as far as I can tell the offer is still active, but it seems like you can also just request to sign up via the Feedera site directly), and ever since, I’ve been receiving a daily email summarizing what my network’s been sharing. Since getting this daily digest, I’ve been more easily able to see what’s been top of mind for the people I follow. And I’ve been able to see activity from some familiar faces that I hadn’t been lucky enough to stumble across in a while. Very nice. Minor quibble: the email digest has a very nice layout to allow for quick info absorption, but it’s in HTML, so optimized for desktop or laptop use. I would love to get a text only version, since a lot of my email reading is done via mobile (an aging Blackberry to be precise). However it doesn’t seem like I can choose to receive my digest as a text email. Or maybe I can and I just haven’t figured that out yet.