The Woodland Park Art Fair is a good place to buy things u never knew existed, such as the booth with nothing but antique fire extinguishers
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) August 18, 2012
The T.G.I. Friday’s on Fourth Street is a great spot to take no one. But I’m here anyway.
— Drew Franklin (@DrewFranklinKSR) August 16, 2012
Whenever it’s going to rain, I always forget to put the cover on my grill.Never fails.I’m sorry, Big Blue.
— Tyler Thompson (@MrsTylerKSR) August 13, 2012
At yesterday’s KSR Summit at the Hyatt in downtown Lexington, Matt Jones informed all KentuckySportsRadio.com and KSRCollege.com writers that their Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, MySpace, Pinterest, tumblr, Napster, eHarmony, Linkedin, AOL and Yahoo! Instant Messenger, and Friendster accounts will be monitored for keywords that could be damaging to their careers and the growth of the KSR brand as a whole. The news didn’t come easy to many of the young aspiring writers, but after a brief group discussion on the system’s benefits, everyone agreed to sign the contract and hand over their iPhones, Galaxies, and Droids for installation.
Like the Centrix and UDiligence systems at UK and UofL, KSR’s SirVeillance monitoring system searches for hundreds of flagged words and then sends an e-mail to Hubby, the site’s co-owner. Hubby will then decide if punishment is necessary. Punishments range from social media bans and suspensions to Chinese water torture or The Bachelorette marathons with Matt.
Here are some of the keywords and phrases, according to the list that was passed around at yesterday’s meeting:
Mexican comedy club
I miss Matt Pilgrim
University of Jodie Meeks
Good ol’ Rocky Top
Spicy buffalo Wheat Thins
Can you think of any keywords KSR should add to its social media monitoring software?