Posted by: mseewv | April 30, 2009

Change – She’s Gonna Come!

Well as you may have already noticed a lot of the Hampshire Review blogs are starting to morph and take on there all new looks and I can’t be more excited about it. I truly think that we have finally found a way to not only let the bloggers show their own personality through their blog but also give you as the reader more variety. It will not be uncommon now to see more video, pictures and even polls when you visit the various blogs. After we concur this new feature we will be moving further and further into the digital age. Trust me, this is the type of change that will definitely be a good thing.

After teaching the Hampshire Review bloggers last night our new blog system I had dinner with Mom and Dad at the Italian Touch or the “Torch” as we seem to call it. I really can’t believe how well technology is catching on back home. There are so many things out there to stay in touch with people and enrich the experience of not only news but also the overall web experience.

Twitter and Facebook started out as small social networks that were primarily invented to help friends keep in touch. What a behemoth they have become. I honestly cannot live with out checking my Facebook profile at least 3 or 4 times a day. Katie is the same way just not as heavily involved in it as I am. It is probably the best invention of keeping in touch since the invention of the telephone. I am not exaggerating. I have caught up with more friends from college and high school that I would have never had the opportunity to do so without Facebook. And parents, it’s not just for checking up on your kids either. You can find plenty of old friends on Facebook also. Just please do us all a favor and if you get on Facebook don’t take one of those “What type of ‘Lover’ are you?” quiz’s. Just imagine how devastating that could be to your child!

So enchance your experience when you flip the switch to turn on your computer. You won’t regret it!

Enjoy the new Hampshire Review blogs!

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