Friend and Brulant Partner Adam Cohen posted an interesting read on how he leverages certain 2.0 tools and his thinking around adding connections. A good read, IMO. Interestingly, it mirrors my thinking and online behavior... If I were to sit down and plot a chart around my usage, it would look identical to AC's. Unlike Adam, however, I don't have the time for such things ;).
As is usually the case, investing 5 minutes to check out my favorite blogs led to a (new to me) interesting discovery. Until reading AC's post, I was unfamiliar with The Twitter Pack Project. I'm a moderate Twitter user and have had a hand in some Twitter experiments in the enterprise. Part of the struggle has been finding the right conversation... Finding the right group... Harnessing the right tools.
I've spent some time poking around the TwitterPack wiki(s). It's a nice destination for those feeling their way around the land of Tweets. Point of this post was to help drive awareness.
TwitterPack has lists of individuals organized by categories... Looking for some Social Media types to follow? No problem. Want to talk sports? They've got that too. Perhaps you want to see what different companies have a presence?? Lastly, a comprehensive list of Twitter Tools to help get the most of the Tweet phenomenon.
Definitely worth a look if this is a new offering on your radar as it was to me. Thx AC, for mimicking MY online behavior and for the pointer. Oh yeah, and if you're one of the 100 new people I'm following as of today - You now know why...