I like the parties and perks of a first rate confab like TED, TechCrunch50 and DEMO.
My favorite-- a uniquely no-holds-barred gathering:
The Nantucket Conference on Entrepreneurship & Innovation.
Still there's great value in the immediacy and fascile broad reach of online social media:
- I've been active on LinkedIn for years and am a HUGE proponent.
See my profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickrafter
- Increasingly see Facebook as something that's moving beyond personal networking toward professional networking.
- A battery of my friends in the PR biz are hot for Twitter... but I'm not fully convinced that
I have the time to be able to track the comings and goings of all the people I'd like to follow.
If Tweet is a revolutionary media development, one wonders what the great communicators would tweet about....
@BARD: "Something rotten here at my pub in Stratford"
Renee Lemley just put up a very interesting post on her GrayMatterMinute blog entitled
The Perfect Social Media Trifecta: Have you found yours? in which she reveals her preference for/use of Facebook/LinkedIn, and Twitter?
I may be convinced to Tweet yet!
What do you think? Let me know.