||Tiki Central iPhone app? Why not?
Joined: Mar 02, 2017
From: Montreal, Quebec
|Posted: 28 days ago; 1:11 pm  Permalink|
New to this great place and get the feeling I might have missed its heyday but alas times change I guess.
I have no problem viewing TC on my iphone and use that as much as the desktop to search and post here.
One thing I sort of wondered about is a lack of a social area in this forum...sort of like a Tiki Diner for people that are just hanging out in the forum, a place to just say hi, introduce yourself, etc. I know this forum is more of repository of information and a great learning place but is there any sort of social section that I did not find?
Grand Member (first year)
Joined: Jun 16, 2006
From: Home of the best rum collection in NC
|Posted: 28 days ago; 2:41 pm  Permalink|
On 2017-03-27 13:11, TikiTeddie wrote:
is there any sort of social section that I did not find?
The closest thing to a social section is TikiSHOUT! at the bottom of the front page. But it's not near as active as it used to be.
Grand Member (8 years)
Joined: Mar 30, 2008
From: The Anvil of the Sun
|Posted: 28 days ago; 2:52 pm  Permalink|
Hi TikiFreddie and welcome to Tiki Central. No, there isn't really a "social" area of TC. There is a New Members Introduction thread but it doesn't get much response. There is an Ohana area for birthdays and such. SHOUT! at the bottom of the main page can be used for "drive-by" conversations. If you post a general comment or question someone will probably respond in a day or so. Most of the interaction takes place within the Locating, Collecting, Food and Drink, or Creating Tiki areas among people interested in those specific topics.
As far as the question about updating TC, here is a recent post from Hanford on another thread. (Weird, it would not let me copy and paste the text here)
Grand Member (5 years)
Joined: Apr 03, 2008
From: Deep in the Jacksonville Florida jungle.
|Posted: 25 days ago; 10:17 am  Permalink|
FOLLOW-UP: Just noticed that Hanford (the "owner" of this Tiki Central system) has edited and updated his post about Tiki Central and what he's thinking about for the future. I think you'll agree it's good news - it's a very nicely written message to all of us who love Tiki Central and who care (and worry) about the future. Thank you to Hanford for reminding us that he does have his hand on the steering wheel!