I'll be blogging and tweeting the event. As you know if you've been here before, I tend to write rather long pieces, so I'm not sure if I'll be able to do justice to true live blogging. We'll see. I CAN promise some in-depth coverage as I take it all in. It's a balancing act, as I feel I lose some of my attentiveness when I'm trying to distill the thoughts down to digestible chunks for blogs or Twitter. I'm looking forward to your feedback.
Many of the attendees and speakers at the GTD Summit are Twitter users, so I'm attempting to compile a comprehensive list so people know who to follow if they want to know more. As some other have suggested, I think we are standardizing on #gtdsummit as the hash tag.
Here's the list I have so far. If you are a Twitter user attending the GTD Summit and I don't have you on the list yet, please comment here or reply to me on Twitter.
gtdguy (David Allen)
Here's an idea If we have the possibility to write on our name tags, it might be helpful to promote your Twitter username on your badge. I know that sometimes I don't recognize a person's formal name immediately if I've not met them in person, but their online name is more recognizable. Maybe I'll bring along some stickers to use for this.