For a bunch of social media geeks we’ve been pretty poor so far about using the tools (aka eating our own dogfood). Actually, I like to think we’ve been an example of excellence – we’ve done exactly the right amount of talking, getting to know each other and thinking about who we are and what we do before launching into using tools.
30 people have already joined the flickr group and you’ll see the latest pics from the pool in the sidebar of this blog.
I’ve also set up a del.icio.us account for us – please, if you see something that might be useful to the community and our efforts, bookmark it with del.icio.us and tag it for:tuttleclub I’ll try to dig out the links that others have sent me so far. Also consider adding tuttleclub to your del.icio.us network. Again, there’s a widget in the sidebar showing the most recent additions.
The facebook group was a great way of getting people’s attention and showing committment (we’ve got 300 members – even after the great January Facebook Culls!) thank you everyone who joined. But it’s not so great for day-to-day stuff and there are still a whole bunch of people who don’t or won’t use facebook. I’d like this blog, the google group and the wiki to be the engine for writing and communicating about what we’re doing. So I’m just going to message people to let them know that. Please don’t leave the group if you’re still interested – when I talk to potential sponsors and investors it always helps to be able to say we’ve got 300 FB’ers.