I decided to use RebelMouse to set up my professional learning network. I love how easy this tool is to use and and how it allows a user to incorporate dynamic content (like social media accounts and RSS feeds). It's also great for organizing different types of resources into separate categories.
I consider Twitter to be the most useful part of my professional learning network. I made a conscious decision when I set up my account a few years ago to use Twitter primarily for professional purposes; I rarely (if ever) use it for personal reasons. I love how this intentional focus allows me to get only the "good stuff" in my Twitter feed. I follow people and organizations that are tied to libraries, educational technology, and broader education topics. If I'm ever looking for new material or just want to get inspired, the first thing I do is check Twitter. With hashtags and other search options, it's pretty easy to find great articles, resources, and professional connections.