Whether you're staying connected with family and friends, or spending the waking hours of the morning tending to your crops, Facebook offers a great way to connect with GSOB.org and allows you to have interactive dialogue with the individuals working on this issue.
YouTube isn't just an venue for watching hilarious videos of talking dogs. It's also a great resource for educational information. Check out the Goldspotted Oak Borer Channel and get useful information about GSOB.
Flickr is an image hosting website. It allows users to share and embed personal photographs for public viewing. You can take a look at pictures related to the GSOB issue and activities occurring around California.
This RSS feed to the GSOB Blog can help you get news and information even easier! With RSS (Really Simple Syndication), articles are sent directly to your news reader, browser or even email program instead of requiring you to visit several sites. The video RSS in Plain English will explain this process and help you get you started.