So, how do you like Facebook Timeline so far? We can safely ask this now that the rest of Facebook has been nudged into the service, even though many Richmonders had played with the massive profile change for months now.
It used to be a lot easier to eat in RVA. You saw food you liked, and simply dug in. Today we fiddle with our phones to “check-in” using location-based apps, tweet about the wait staff, and search for menu recommendations by friends. Now, thanks to Foodspotting, there’s yet another way to play with our […]
People often think that all writing is the same, whether it’s a blog, an article, or a book. And while the elements are certainly similar, the long form of a book is different from anything else. That’s mainly because the writer has to sustain the reader’s attention for a much longer period of time. I learned this and more after co-writing the book Two Versions: The Other Side of Fame and Family with Bill Hudson.
There’s no getting around it, Richmond likes a new shiny toy. In recent months RVA has been abuzz about Google+. Hatched on June 28, 2011, many Richmonders began taking the nascent social network for a test drive on an invite-only basis. With demand quickly spiking, RVA wasted little time debating how G+ stacks up against […]