I had a fantastic week at SAOUG’s 11th Southern African Online Information Meeting (#saoim) this week. I gave a workshop and a keynote conference paper (details to follow in a separate post) but did not tweet as much as I usually do mainly because I was so busy talking to people and making new friends. The conference programme was excellent and I picked up many new ideas that I’m going to work on over the next few months. SAOUG (Southern African Online User Group) who had organised the meeting had also set up a group of social media reporters whose responsibilities were to tweet and blog the event. They did a great job and on one of the main conference days #saoim was trending on Twitter in South Africa!
If you are quick you can see some of the #saoim tweets by searching http://search.twitter.com/ or http://www.bing.com/social. For a more permanent record I have created PDF Tweetdocs for each of the days of the conference and for the pre and post conference workshops. Tweetdoc (http://www.tweetdoc.org/) imposes a limit of 500 tweets per document so for two of the days there may be some tweets missing. The documents are as follows: