Facebook: Our Facebook page is the place to find silly photos, odd trivia, opinion polls (mostly pub-themed) and other London miscellanea. More than 21,000 people follow the page, so come join the conversation.
Twitter: We’re on @Londonist, tweeting all our articles as well as responding to queries and retweeting others.
Google+: We’re still trying to work out the best way to use it, so come and give us some tips on our Google+ page.
Flickr: We just welcomed the 5,000th member to our Flick group, which now contains over 170,000 photos of London. Images in the group are used daily on the web site (with full credit and link), and the best photos have been displayed in galleries and museums as part of small exhibitions we’ve put on.
FourSquare: We’re addicted to the location-based app, which let’s you ‘check in’ to venues, bars and eateries across town. If you want to stalk us around London, join our 3,500 friends on FourSquare.
Amazon: Got hold of our ebook yet? For less than the price of a pint, you get 10 unusual pub crawls around London, each with a hand-drawn map. Crawls include a tour of Lewisham’s finest boozers (yes, really), a science and technology-themed drinking tour, and a recreation of history’s most famous pub crawl, in which a young Karl Marx visited every inn on Tottenham Court Road. Buy it here for Kindle and other readers.
Podcast: Londonist Out Loud is a weekly podcast about London, hosted and produced by N Quentin Woolf. Each episode is recorded on-location somewhere in London, with a panel of interesting Londoners discussing the past week’s news and upcoming events. You can listen to it via the embedded player on Londonist, or subscribe via iTunes (where it’s rated as 4.5 out of 5 by listeners).
The Real world: Remember that one? We hold regular events where you can meet fellow London lovers, including our monthly A-Z pub crawl and London-themed quizzes.
RSS: For those who like to follow websites via RSS, our feed is here.
Email: Finally, for anyone who wants to contact us by traditional means, we’re on firstname.lastname@example.org.