T-shirts - Maxine is sending me the Genius Rocket info. I'll get that going with Matt Topper. Rob - would love the info on the Custom Ink connection so we can get that going.
Soc Network - A little biased here obviously so take my idea with a grain of salt:
I don't think we need another social network as I think we've got it pretty covered:
-Government20club.org - This is the home base. A wordpress blog so we can all post information from the camp, embed videos, etc. We can post up session notes, etc. We can probably include a Twitter feed here. And we can tie to the wiki. This is our on-going presence/home base as the club grows and evolving.
-Twitter - We have the hashtag for all the conversations that occur during the camp. And sharing ideas. Seems like a ton of the dialogue is really on Twitter these days.
-GovLoop - IMHO, GovLoop serves as the social network for the gov't community. We've got a robust Gov 2.0 club here on GovLoop already with lots of dialogue. Even more importantly there are 7,000 members that work around gov't on the site discussing a range of interesting topics about gov't and hundreds of interesting groups. So rather than just talking to the converted, there are thousands of gov't people here who can begin to learn and connect around Gov 2.0. I meet many gov't associations and conferences who often talk about creating their own Ning site - my comment is always don't you want to talk outside of your silo (gov't communicators, webmanagers, young feds, etc) and bring in people who may be interested. Plus, Ning sites are really hard to actually get the conversation going and often die (especially tied to conferences). For those not in DC, I feel like GovLoop provides a way to join the conversation and we can always cross-post, share videos, etc with the wordpress blog.
Just my two cents....