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KitchenSavvy is Tweeting!

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?

  1. Look on KitchenSavvy.  In the left sidebar you can read the last five tweets.
  2. Go to the KitchenSavvy Twitter Page to see all the traffic.
  3. If you are registered on Twitter, follow me (Twitter users know what that means!).

Let me know what you think!

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