Today marked a milestone for a number of London’s most prolific bloggers and social media folk as their favourite Friday morning ritual, Tuttle Club, moved from Phase I (weekly meets in the cosy upstairs room at Soho’s Coach and Horses) and onto Phase II (apparently, as the Tuttle Club continued a rise in popularity, the Coach and Horses started to feel a bit too cosy). The second phase for this “loose association of people finding a way of working better together both online and off” consisted of the Tuttle Club beginning to hold its Friday get-togethers at the ICA. More room, stronger WiFi and special permission to commandeer the ICA’s café on Friday mornings rank high among the many reasons for venue change.
Londonist was on hand (along with a couple of our beloved ex-editors and a few ex-Londonistas) for some friendly and network-y Tuttling this morning (and we’re sure to be back). The ICA’s café filled with an assortment of online personalities was indeed a brilliant spot to find oneself this fine sunny morn.
If “co-creating a physical space for people interested in social media in London” sounds like your sort of thing, take a gander at tuttleclub.wordpress.com and reserve your Fridays mornings (from 10am) for a bit of Tuttling.
Photography by Chris Osburn