Food POI Is A Twitter Enabled Food Blog - Food Point of Interest

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Published on March 5th, 2009 | by email2me

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Food POI Is A Twitter Enabled Food Blog

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Today I am happy to announce that Food POI is a twitter enabled blog. With this function, you can see what I am currently working on for Food POI. No need to sit back and guess what I am going to post next.


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A GPS Friendly food blogs featuring foods from backstreet to fine dining. Food POI does not do much in depth review on the foods but we provide sufficient info and details on what to order so that it won't spoil your dining appetite.



8 Responses to Food POI Is A Twitter Enabled Food Blog

  1. lingzie says:

    lol the tweeter logo is very cute!

    lingzies last blog post..Dim Sum Food Restaurant at Macalister Road Gets Thumbs Up!

  2. Duckie says:

    how to use it? i’ve signed up ages ago but don’t know how to use it.

    Duckies last blog post..Gurney Drive Hawker Centre

  3. Selba says:

    I’m following… following…. following… 🙂

    Selbas last blog post..Lotek Kalipah Apo and A Tag

  4. Ah Shui says:

    Wah, new function, so good…

  5. email2me says:

    Lingzie : Ya lo ….

    Duckie : It is like Web SMS …. short message telling people what are you doing currently … you use it to communicate

    Selba : You have also?

    Ah Shui : Yes ! This is the trend now 🙂

  6. andrew says:

    foodpoi is chun!! +D haha.. kasi plurk enable also!!

  7. email2me says:

    Drew : coming soon 😀

    Steven : I think IE’s cache retriever is not as good as Firefox. This site is super cache enabled as it will increase loading time and reduce the processing needed on my server. 🙂

  8. ck lam says:

    Wow…sharing your latest updates with your readers…thats cool.
    The twitter logo is so cute…did you design it?

    ck lams last blog post..Penang Hawker Food – Lorbak @Kheng Pin

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