MPR's Flickr.com photo group: Join our group on Flickr.com to share your pictures in the pool. If we plan to use your photos in our news stories, we'll contact you—and as always, you'll get credit. Tag your photos with RNC or RNC08.
Submit your photos directly to MPR: If you don't belong to Flickr.com you can still submit your photos directly to MPR. Note that when you do this, you're donating your photos to us and we may use them in our news stories and alert you after the fact.
MPRmn feed on Twitter.com: Twitter users can use Twitter's direct message or @reply function to contact us @MPRmn. New to Twitter? It can be described as public texting or microblogging. Each message is restricted to 140 characters. If you sign up and follow MPRmn, we'll follow you so you can send us direct messages. Staff will also look for @replies—simply type @MPRmn and include your message in the text box. Have questions or need assistance? Contact MPR's Interactive Producer, Julia Schrenkler.
Go to MPRmn on Twitter
Contact form: Tips received on our standard contact form will be forwarded to the Newsroom.
Go to contact form
Minnesota Politics group: Each day we'll post a dedicated discussion on our Minnesota Politics group hosted on Gather.com. Join Gather to contribute comments about convention politics, post links to breaking news, or debate with others.
Go to Minnesota Politics discussion
Minnesota Life group: In this group we're featuring an open discussion where you can talk about everything from surviving traffic disruptions to your experiences with the influx of delegates, press, and security forces.
Go to Minnesota Life discussion
How does the convention impact Minnesota? Submit your commentary and read what others are observing.
Submit a commentary
MPR has begun a listing of the region's top attractions, insider recommendations, and residents' favorites that will be continued after RNC visitors have gone home. If you have a favorite attraction, restaurant or other venue, post it to MPR's Minnesota Guide. Anyone can edit a page, and if you create an account you can create a new page, too. You can even request pages that new pages be made.
Go to the Minnesota Guide