RS Hotel Food Writers’ Conf: From Websites to Blogs to Facebook

on February 12 | in Events, Hotel | by | with 2 Comments

Food writing has progressed from tiny triangular marks impressed in clay tablets, stored in heaps in Mesopotamia, to much tinier magnetic impressions stored somewhere “out there” in cyberspace. Changes in the medium may change the message, but the goal is the same: writers want readers to experience their work—what’s different is that readers get to respond to writers more directly than ever before. Like it or not, food writing is not likely to change back to the one-directional medium it once was.

The Panel
Gary Allen, chair
Irena Chalmers
Mitchell Davis
Bret Thorn
Laura Weiss

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  1. makingmoneyontheinternet says:

    These two make an excellent combination for some great music!

    Making Money On The Internet

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