Fans of mine (yes, I know you are there) will remember that I've written about Twitter several times before. It started with First Experiences, then the sequel Mobile Twitter, nicely rounded off with Twitter Favourites.
Well, I'm back to let you know about the Twitter stream we've started for the Conference. Called nlabnetworks, you'll be able to join Twitter and follow the latest news and updates about the Conference. More than that, you'll be able to start contributing your ideas and thoughts, and interacting in a social network around the Conference.
If you're new to social networking, Twitter, and what it all means, and you've been feeling just a little bit diffident about how to get started, this is a really great way to start dipping your toe in the water.
Many of our speakers are also on Twitter, so you can start to engage in conversation with them long before the Conference. Or if you don't feel ready for talking, you can start by listening and reading the Twitter stream. Here are just some of our speakers you can follow:
Jim Benson, Steve Clayton, Roland Harwood, Shani Lee, Toby Moores, Vijay Riyait, Sue Thomas. You can also find Josie Fraser who will be running one of the workshops and Jess Laccetti who is part of the NLab team responsible for organising the Conference.
Some of our Conference delegates are also followers of the nlabnetworks Twitter stream - join Twitter to meet them and to start sharing creative ideas.
You might also be interested in another use of Twitter: freesuukyi08 is an online campaign for Aung San Suu Kyi.
What have you noticed about how Twitter is used? How have you used it yourself?