#pcbc09 Tweetup Video Post

Posted by
Mike Lyon
Date
 June 24, 2009
Comments
11 comments

We had a great time at booth 2134 and the official #pcbc09 tweetup – spearheaded by Rob Bivens @rbiv from Golden State Lumber (yes, a supplier people!) I put together a quick video highlight of the event. I asked a few of the folks there how they and their companies were using Twitter.

At the tweetup:

@juliesenter
@allijb
@cassandragrauer
@rbiv
@jim_adams
@graphiclanguage
@carolruiz
@bialav
@hometeam
@wwpa
@summerhillhomes
@jonjonbailey

I feel like I have missed some. Were you there? Leave a comment.

  • This is great, Mike! How awesome of you to think of videoing the tweet-up. There’s no way I’m missing this next year!

  • This is great, Mike! How awesome of you to think of videoing the tweet-up. There’s no way I’m missing this next year!

  • This is great, Mike! How awesome of you to think of videoing the tweet-up. There’s no way I’m missing this next year!

  • I was at the tweet up at PCBC!!!
    @cassandragrauer

    • Thanks guys – sorry Cassandra…didn’t mean to leave you out – I’ll add you in right now!

  • I was at the tweet up at PCBC!!!
    @cassandragrauer

    • Thanks guys – sorry Cassandra…didn’t mean to leave you out – I’ll add you in right now!

  • Mike –
    Thanks again for your great floor reporting from the PCBC. The tweetup report was great and underscores that I need to get more savy and engaged with Twitter…any sources you can recommend to accelerate my learning curve? Also, you are well connected with industry folks who are adopting Web 2.0 technologies; however, on a broader scope, can you share your impressions on the level of adoption based on your experinece at PCBC?

    • Tom – Deep questions. I think everyone is searching for the best way to use…as with the slow adoption of the internet by builders, I think we’ll see some similarities. As for good sources on Twitter – I would say the best way to learn is by following and doing…million articles out there on how, what most people miss is the “doing” part.

  • Mike –
    Thanks again for your great floor reporting from the PCBC. The tweetup report was great and underscores that I need to get more savy and engaged with Twitter…any sources you can recommend to accelerate my learning curve? Also, you are well connected with industry folks who are adopting Web 2.0 technologies; however, on a broader scope, can you share your impressions on the level of adoption based on your experinece at PCBC?

    • Tom – Deep questions. I think everyone is searching for the best way to use…as with the slow adoption of the internet by builders, I think we’ll see some similarities. As for good sources on Twitter – I would say the best way to learn is by following and doing…million articles out there on how, what most people miss is the “doing” part.