By Courtney | 2 Rookie Marks »

I don’t know how they found me, but they did. They found my Twitter profile and asked to follow me.

I won’t follow just anybody, I check their profile out, I follow the link to their website, read what they’ve already twittered, it’s a long process to get into the list of peeps I follow if I don’t know you. But for DailyMile, it took me all of a few minutes. Just from a few tweets I knew that DailyMile was something I wanted not only to be following on Twitter, but also something I wanted access to immediately.

Sadly, I have to wait in line for access to the social training and racing site for runners, triathletes and cyclists. I can’t wait to see what’s behind the door for DailyMile, from a screen shot that was shared today it looks like DailyMile may become a fun tool to use to log miles once I can begin training again.

2 Rookie Marks On DailyMile

  1. Did you get in yet? My request only took about a week, since then, I’ve logged nearly 400 miles! If you aren’t in yet, let me know, I have a few invites left.

    ...said Mike Panic on August 19th, 2008
  2. Nevermind! I totally didn’t see the widget you have running!

    ...said Mike Panic on August 19th, 2008

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