The Jazz.com Blog
February 12, 2009 · 0 comments
Yes, jazz.com now has a home-away-from-home at Facebook. And each of you is invited to become our Facebook friend.
To tell the truth, I'm a bit fuzzy on this Facebook stuff. I suspect that it's sort of a cross between a dating service and the Psychic Friends Network. But I am assured that serious jazz people congregate in the respectable neighborhoods of the Facebook site. In any event, Chris Kelsey, a frequent contributor and editor at jazz.com, shares the details below. T.G.
If you're not hip to Facebook, you're missing out on the hottest social networking site on the Interwebs. Facebook is an invaluable tool for hooking up with everyone from that girl/guy who broke your heart in high school to fellow lovers of America's Greatest Contribution to World Culture (that's jazz, in case I'm being too subtle).
Several Jazz.com contributors are Facebook aficionados; we know that more than a few of our exponentially growing community of users must be, as well. So we've given Jazz.com a Facebook page of its own—a place for all of us to share our likes and enthusiasms about our favorite music. You can find it here.
If you haven't started your own Facebook page, it's easier than playing "I Got Rhythm." Just navigate over to Facebook.com to get started. Once you're signed up, meander over to the Jazz.com Facebook page and just "friend" us. We promise not to break your heart.
This blog entry was written by Chris Kelsey.