Official conference twitter feed

Just a quick reminder that there will be an official conference twitter feed, available here: Conference staffers and stewards will be updating the account with information as it happens at conference – who’s speaking, when sessions start, and how Conference votes.

If you’re using twitter at conference yourself, don’t forget to liberally sprinkle your updates with the hashtag #ldconf – this will help other people find the messages you send.

And if you want to see those messages for yourself, whether or not you’re a signed up twitter user – click here.

Finally, there’s also Ryan Cullen’s Liberal Tweets service, which brings together the thoughts of nearly a hundred Lib Dems on twitter – whether or not they’re talking about conference.

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