Dear nonexistent people who who keep popping up at random: If you're only posting a phony profile of a person who doesn't actually exist, don't follow my work! You're a waste of space and having your … more
Tags that help you manage the tone of your community. Example: if one tags books, it will automatically go to your community as long as 'books' are in your tag manager. It helps along the shared content … more
woopak_the_thrill posted a Quick Tip about Tags on Lunch.
February 26, 2012
A good idea to help members find what they want. It needs to be accurate and easy to grasp. Not to be mistaken as a promotional tool for any community. Tags need to apply to the topic itself. (movies … more
The reviewing format in this lunch is one of the best I've worked with and provides total freedom. I love it that I can add photos, links (to my other reviews), and all the tools that can make reviews … more
GerarddeMarigny posted a Quick Tip about Lunch.com.
December 06, 2011
Tags assist members in finding what they want to read about and help organize communities in the site.. Tags are supposed to be factual and a main part of the wiki such as "movies, sci-fi, fantasy, … more
Count_Orlok_22 posted a Quick Tip about Myspace.
December 17, 2010
When I first joined MySpace a little over two years ago, it was my favorite social networking site. But the changes that they have implemented since then have now made it my least favorite of the sites … more
Of the various sites out there for adding, cataloging and reviewing books, I have found that I like GoodReads over all of them. Perhaps it is the ease of use mostly since computer accessibility and utilization … more
GlassIsland posted a Quick Tip about Goodreads.
September 24, 2010
This site is a must for all bibliophiles. Since I've started using it, I've not only found new books to read, I've also revisited books I haven't seen since I was a kid. I even got a free book from their … more