The march to the digital universe is fraught with danger, and a little fun. I received this email from my friend, television producer John Ondo from Ohio yesterday: “Phil – You’re one of the few I know who would get this. It stills seems most people still don’t do Facebook. But you know it’s getting wild when you hear this: My mom’s home town of Delphos, Ohio (pop 6,500) has a Catholic church, a bowling alley, a bar, and a stop light for entertainment.
But the Delphos Bowling Alley is now on Facebook. Today I received the first FB update telling me today’s lunch special was beef, noodles and mash potatoes, green beans and potato soup. I doubt if anyone in Delphos other than the 200 high school students have a Facebook page, but the Delphos Bowling Alley is in it. Now I suspect, they’ll also be moving to Twitter.”
Here’s to the courageous bowling alley in Delphos, Ohio for moving into the digital age!