Flow chemistry has been around for about 10 years now. Its’ impact is changing the way organic and materials chemists are performing their day to day work now. Opening a journal or reading the awards lists makes it abundantly clear that this field has had tremendous impact of the science and the economic bottom line today. Because the field has grown quicker than many of our traditionally centered methods and instrumentation it is difficult to keep up with the information – even social media has increased the complexity and competition of where to find the appropriate data. This resource blog is linked to LinkedIn: Organic Synthesis: Enabling Technology as an attempt to put the right people and information under as few places as possible but to link us together to push flow chemistry developments forward in a functional way.