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Hiya all! A quick blog post to let everyone know that we're putting more fuel into our Twitter account - @e2confPlease follow us if you'd like to get 140-characters of info about the enterprise 2.0 industry. And we want to hear from you. Please DM us with any inquiries or @ us any links to information, articles, blog posts, or other tidbits of interest you want us to share with the enterprise 2.0 community. We'll retweet whatever we catch (as long as it's relevant).You can also find us on Facebook - our wall is a great place for you to post information about your company, self, interests, jobs (needed or wanted).The same goes for MyE2 - the conference social network we launched last week. (But you've got to be registered for the Enterprise 2.0 Conference to have access.)You can also always leave a comment here on this blog - we're keeping tabs on it all.Have a great week folks!~ Janetti aka @janerriYour Enterprise 2.0 Conference Community Manager

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