So, I've been networking with several speech therapist over the web, via twitter. Its been pretty useful, and sometimes therapeutic. I can grip about students to people who understand. I can get therapy ideas for my functional skills group. Sometimes we just chat in general. Of course all of the talk of students is done very vaguely without names, but its been nice, especially since I don't get to talk to other speech therapist more than 2-3 times a month.
One of my twitter friends wrote a nice little blog entry describing the benefits of social networking for SLPs. @RhiannanW wrote an article called "Start Tweeting, Speechies!". You should give it a read over, or at least go to her website Therapy Ideas which is a great resource for SLPs in general.
By the way, if you do want to join us at twitter, my name there is @speechbob.