I can see a quick tip as a notice of a future full review. Also a retrospective glance at books read long ago. How differentiate from a short wikipedia blurb?
Much like with the polls, the lists are a wonderful tool to get those collections of your thoughts out there. Put together in a similar fashion. We all have our own Top … more
Similar to a poll. Find things you want to talk about or have reviewed and put it together.
I agree with many people when the old quick tips were around in that they were too short to get out what you wanted to. It was just enough for what would have amounted to a TV Guide blurb. … more
Nice way of getting your thoughts out, it's too bad that once the review is in a community and won't apply to lunch as a whole for Badges or linking to lists.
Heres a quick tip on quick tips, they're great and let you get an idea out and work on a review later.
A while back, "Quick Tips" were known as "Micro Review." The point of which was to be able to write a quick review with 140 characters. Like a Twitter update. Part … more
Around February this year, I was invited to begin a new Lunch.com feature called “Communities”. While I wasn’t exactly sure what to make out of it at first, I gave it a … more
The communities are great, but cross-posting between communities would make the content better.
How about creating another window whereby founders can add reviews from non-member & a link to other 'professional' sites?
I like the general idea behind them, but the name just doesn't work for me. They are cool though, since I can hint at upcoming reviews...
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