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LouisvilleKY’s Papa John’s launches Facebook Instant Ordering

Pizza maker offers new, simple way to order your favorite pies with fully integrated ordering experience LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Starting today, people with a love for better pizza won’t have to pause between liking their friends’ vacation photos on social media and ordering a Papa John’s pizza. Papa John’s national Facebook page now features a prominent “Start Order” button—giving Papa John’s fans one more way to seamlessly order their favorite pizzas, desserts and sides. When ordering through Facebook, customers will receive 25 percent off regular menu prices by entering promo code: FBIX. Customers can access Papa John’s Facebook Instant Experience through several entry points…


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LouisvilleKY-based Papa John’s now using Facebook for instant ordering

 Pizza maker offers new, simple way to order your favorite pies with fully integrated ordering experience LOUISVILLE, Ky.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Starting today, people with a love for better pizza won’t have to pause between liking their friends’ vacation photos on social media and ordering a Papa John’s pizza. Papa John’s national Facebook page now features a prominent “Start Order” button—giving Papa John’s fans one more way to seamlessly order their favorite pizzas, desserts and sides. When ordering through Facebook, customers will receive 25 percent off regular menu prices by entering promo code: FBIX. Customers can access Papa John’s Facebook Instant Experience through several entry points…


Week 2 of Pizza Club with Luke at Coals.

LouisvilleKY’s The WEEK: You Can’t Mail a Banjo to Italy, and Other Stories

It has been a truly wonderful week — I was able to enjoy free lunches twice, thanks to good luck and kindness from a stranger.  On Monday, I took my son Luke to the UPS Store in Stony Brook, with the intention of shipping a banjo to my son Nick in Italy. Well, that didn’t work out, as the UPS staffer looked at me, took a deep breath, and told me the cost was $650. Not happening. But next door we happened upon the grand opening of a new Potbelly Sandwich Store. My friend Denise, from the Jeffersontown Chamber, saw…



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C-J Wants YOU, and Facebook, to Police Reader Comments

Ever since media sites began posting stories online and allowing reader comments, there’s been on ongoing debate about them. On the one hand:  By allowing anonymous comments to be posted, media can serve to encourage debate on a topic, given that the anonymity affords people the opportunity to post relevant information, or opinion, that they wouldn’t offer up publicly if their identity was known. This fosters an open exchange of real ideas. Au contraire, say the critics, who believe open commenting allows people to express negative, false and disgusting information, without any filter, especially when it comes to controversial topics…


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Props to some “Kentuckians Who Kick A**” @ Kentucky for Kentucky

If you are like me, and some new friends of mine over at Kentucky for Kentucky, you love your home town/state. We truly have birthed some pretty cool stuff (you included) and we are unique that people think we still don’t wear shoes ( shhh…don’t tell them – they might want to move here and mess it all up). I stayed here because of my Kentucky roots, and I was lucky enough to travel a lot in high school and college, thus confirming that we have it pretty darn good right here in the Bluegrass. In my mind, Kentucky is…


How to Announce an Engagement in 2011

David and I were pretty secretive about our engagement. Well, not exactly secretive, but we wanted to be able to share the news with our family and friends before someone unintentionally found out about it on Facebook. For special news like this, we wanted to see our friends’ smiles. The problem with not telling everyone at once is that you have to tell everyone one at a time. Seems simple, yes? Not so much. We got engaged on November 2 and enjoyed our secret for a few days. Then it seemed everyone got really busy. Holidays approached, friends left town,…


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Let’s Go To The Digital Beach!

 It’s snowing again. I’m done and I can’t wait for spring break. If we miss any more school, we might even lose that and that makes me cranky!  I’ve noticed that over that past few days people on Facebook have been taking short little digital breaks to the beach. Friends are posting last summer’s vacation pictures or dreaming out load about trips to come. The sheer number of uploaded cruise photos must be in the millions.  I have a friend in Florida who keeps remaining everyone what the temperature is there. (I wonder who else is tempted to block him.)…