August 26, 2008

ThinkBalm Innovation Community’s list of Twitterers worth following

Twitter has become an invaluable tool for me and many Immersive Internet advocates and implementers. It’s a great way to share information and insights and learn about projects others are working on. The ThinkBalm Innovation Community put its heads together and over a few-day period of time came up with a list of Twitterers we follow. We’ve posted the list on the ThinkBalm Web site. V1 of the list is below. The Principals at ThinkBalm will update this list over time so let us know if you have any recommendations for Twitterers to add or you come across a link that no longer works.

  • Berci (Bertalan Mesko)
  • DrManhattan (Project Manhattan)
  • dStrawberryGirl (Chris Hart)
  • Epredator (Ian Hughes)
  • EricaDriver (Erica Driver)
  • Fleep (”Fleep Tuque”)
  • Futurelab (Stefan Kolle)
  • GoldieKatsu (”Goldie Katsu”)
  • GwynethLlewelyn (”Gwyneth Llewelyn”)
  • Hackshaven (Eric Hackathorn)
  • Immersive (”Immersive Education”)
  • Keystone (Jon Brouchoud)
  • LaBlogga (Melanie Swan)
  • Malburns (Mal Burns)
  • Metanomics
  • OnderSkall (Caleb Booker)
  • PeterQuirk (Peter Quirk)
  • Reubstock (Reuben Steiger)
  • RichWhite (Rich White)
  • RobinG2
  • Rooreynolds (Roo Reynolds)
  • SamDriver (Sam Driver)
  • Saurili (Suzanne Aurilio)
  • Seilerj (Joey Seiler)
  • Semper (Brian Regan)
  • Slhamlet (Wagner James Au)
  • Swords (Jon Swords)
  • Ugotrade (Tish Shute)
  • Xianrenaud (Christian Renaud)
  • Zainnab (Zain Naboulsi)

Erica Driver

Erica Driver was a co-founder and principal at ThinkBalm. She is a leading industry analyst and consultant with 15 years of experience in the software industry. She is quoted in mainstream and industry trade press including the Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, CIO, and Computerworld. Prior to co-founding ThinkBalm, Erica was a principal analyst at Forrester Research, where she launched the company’s Web3D coverage as part of her enterprise collaboration research. She was also the co-conspirator behind Forrester’s Information Workplace concepts and research. Prior to her tenure at Forrester, she was a Director at Giga Information Group (now part of Forrester) and an analyst at Hurwitz & Associates. She began her career in IT as a system administrator and Lotus Notes developer. Erica is a graduate of Harvard University.