A pet peeve of mine is the lack of updates one is able to get during playoffs or tournaments. I wrote about this before and just did again, but I'm curious if anyone has seen tournament directors or league coordinators using social media or some other mechanism to update participants and fans in a better fashion than having to look for scores to (eventually) be posted on TennisLink? It seems, to me at least, that it should be easy to set up a Twitter account for the event (or have one for the district/area/whatever) and designate one person to tweet some basic information like team match winners, when team matches are beginning, if the schedule is on-time, etc. A "progressive" directory could use it to engage in more creative ways too but I'd be happy with just the basics. Note that the benefits of doing this aren't limited to improving the experience for participants and fans and increasing interest in the tournament, but it would likely simplify the work of trying to contact captains or other individuals when things do change. Just tell them to follow the event on Twitter or facebook or whatever is chosen and then a single update can be posted rather than several e-mails and phone calls, etc. Do you agree? If so, request that your events do this in the future.