Right now, we have a number of different venues for communicating stuff: Wiki, mailing list, newsletter, Discuss, Google Docs, website, social media (FB, Twitter), etc. We also have a significant problem with finding anything.
My feeling is that the wiki is a good place for static, detailed stuff. Things like instructions on how to use and maintain specific pieces of equipment, lists of past books read by the book club, our policies, etc. Forums like Discuss are in theory good for discussion, but we don't need discussion on those topics. The wiki easily allows for links to outside sources (like videos on YouTube/Vimeo), and can easily be linked to itself.
I don't think anything's permanent location should be a Google Doc, unless it is a working document, intended to be an ongoing collaboration. As such, things like board agendas or financial spreadsheets are probably OK on Google Docs, but board minutes, policy documents, etc, should live elsewhere, probably on the Wiki.
The Discuss forum is a tricky one. There is a lot of push to use it as a discussion venue, but I sort of consider it a failed experiment; very little discussion goes on here, and very little links to it. Many people claim to not know about it or remember that its there, and discussion continues apace on the ithaca_hackerspace list, despite fears that it's not a good place.
As has come up in discussion, we don't have an IG YouTube channel, and maybe we should. We should also consider using Google Photos as a way of collating our photos. Embedding pictures and videos from these places is easy in either
I think our website is not doing us a lot of favors. The information is stale, sometimes to the point of broken links. I know people have been confused by our membership stuff on there before. The event interface is (IMHO) hard to update and overengineered for our purpose. That said, I think that our summer intern is supposed to be working on the website, so hopefully there will be some improvement.
I think the first place people will look for stuff is going to be the website. I think that there should be a lot of easily-found links on our website to the Wiki or other archives. I think that the important stuff (who we are, where we are, when we are) should be visible going to our web page without clicking or scrolling.