So I have this blog (obviously). I also have another blog where I review hot wings, and another that I don't attend to that much which tracks my barbecue experiences. I also have my main domain name, marketingandmusic.com which is simply a holding place for most of my links. Then of course I have the obligatory Facebook profile, and I even still have a MySpace profile (that no one has done anything with in about eight months thanks to Facebook). I've got my profile up on Amazon.com, and for more professional-related endeavors, I have my LinkedIn profile, and one on Plaxo, plus a few others that sites have cobbled together for me, with mixed results, which is interesting – social networking that I don't even have to interact with – is that called anti-social networking or social anti-networking? I recently joined on the Twitter bandwagon with an account there, which I find myself using far more than I thought I would. Part of the reason is because I have it linked in to my Facebook profile, which uses my Tweets to update my status. I also have my Yelp! account and Digg account linked into my Facebook profile. Which means my Yelps, Diggs and Tweets are showing up here on this blog and on my Facebook profile.
If you followed all that, then you should read this article about "Time Saving Social Networking Strategies" which makes me look like a rank amateur.
With all this online networking, it is bound to lead to some off-line meet-ups, and sure enough: Forrester is hosting a "Tweetup" in Boston in July, and there's even a new company dedicated to it called Tweetnetworking. Do people Twitter about being at a Tweetup? Do they Twitter while there?
Remember when the Matrix movies seemed like a real head trip? The whole alternate reality thing seems kinda tame now that we're in the world of Web 2.0!