Now you can follow KitchenSavvy on Twitter, a social networking and micro-blogging service. Posts on Twitter are called "Tweets" and are limited to just 140 characters.
How will I use it?
- To post random food thoughts
- To answer questions received from readers and that don't require a lot of detail
- To let readers know when a new posting is up on KitchenSavvy
- To tweet about restaurants right then and there.
Restaurant tweets may include ratings in this format:
A9 S9 F9 P5 MV9 App$5-15 E$20-30 R5
Numbers range from 1 (terrible) to 9 (fantastic). The letter sequence is:
- A - Atmosphere/Ambience
- S - Service
- F - Food
- P - Presentation
- MV - Menu Variety
- App - Appetizer price range in the local currency of the restaurant
- E - Entrée price range, also in local currency
- R - Will I return? 1 - 5 where 1 is "No never", 3 is "Maybe" and 5 is "I can't wait to come back"
Sorry for the brevity of the ratings, but the 140 character limit means there isn't a lot of room for details.
So, how can you keep up?
- Look on KitchenSavvy. In the left sidebar you can read the last five tweets.
- Go to the KitchenSavvy Twitter Page to see all the traffic.
- If you are registered on Twitter, follow me (Twitter users know what that means!).
Let me know what you think!