Right before the holidays, we set up a social network for Montclarions to connect and share things. Yes, it’s a place where you are the center of the universe, and many early adopters have joined and begun posting. You can check it out – right here.
We couldn’t find an informal way to connect Montclarions online, and wanted to see if this did the trick. Our other networks on Facebook and LinkedIn are filled with family, friends and colleagues who don’t share Montclair in common. You could ask who’s going to rent the old yarn shop but they won’t care – and so you don’t ask either.
Here are recent examples of what folks want to know or discuss a bit. Of course, you’re welcome to answer resolutely, hazard a guess or otherwise offer your two cents:
- Are there door-to-door commuting services to SF locations?
- Do you know about the Tues accident, on Moraga at Masonic?
- How are you feeling about the downtown violence this week?
- Where are all the culverts and streams that run through town?
- Would you like to join a solar panel deal?
- Is the new Mickey Rourke film decent or not?
We’re hoping to provide an easy way to connect with other villagers, without any effort. You can ask questions or comment through postings, share events and schedules, set up discussions, post documents or photos, and more. You can share with everyone, your friends, individuals…or restrict for your own use.
It can be a hassle to remember to visit, though. We suggest taking the network updates with you, like we have done under “our social network” heading in the right-hand column. If you have Yahoo or other portals, log into Google, or use other readers, then copy this link for the Montclair Social Network or the Today in Montclair blog too.
If that previous paragraph confuses you, then please ignore it (!) and just visit this blog or the social network directly. For more information about the social network, check out this quick tour or learn how to sign up. This social net is for you, and we’ll see how useful it becomes in the weeks ahead.
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Mickey Rourke’s comeback story reminds me a lot of Robert Downey Jr. for some reason