At the APA conference this past week, over 1,000 tweets were sent during the conference. Planners were using Twitter to recommend sessions, tweet out interesting facts learned, help others find good lunch places, catch up for face to face meetings, etc.
From the conversations that I was having, it sounded like more and more planners are beginning to use Twitter as a public involvement tool for their projects as well as to communicate and connect with other planners at events like the APA 2010 conference. A quick overview of Twitter use at the conference is here in case someone isn’t familiar with Twitter:
Twitter Use by Planners at the APA 2010 Conference
Just wondering if anyone here has found Twitter to be a useful tool—either for planning projects or for professional connections?