A. Probably not Grady Hospital.
Q. Best deal in Atlanta… ever?
A. How can it not be Ru San’s at Tower Place? Solid sushi that won’t set you back $100 and free entertainment in the form of people-watching that is second to none in the city. If you want to see first-hand what the twentysomethings in ATL are doing this is the best spot to do that. The other Ru San’s locations don’t have this same vibe though.
Q. Favorite neighborhood(s)?
A. Recently, I have to go with the Westside. The old commercial buildings make for really interesting backdrops for restaurants, stores and lofts. Plus, there’s a great mix of creative types, entrepreneurs, college kids, and business people, which make it feel very alive. I always enjoy checking out the bungalows in the residential parts of Ansley Park, Morningside, Peachtree Hills and Peachtree Park.
Q. If you were given an unlimited budget to trick out your home with new technology, what would you buy?
A. Our graphic designer has two 30-inch Apple LED Cinema display computer monitors. Those things are huge. One of those in each room would ensure me being online for almost all 24 hours a day.
Q. Where would we be without wireless internet?
A. Laptops would be a lot less cool. Everyone would be real bored and I may be looking for a job.
BONUS QUESTION: What is SkyBlox, and why is it awesome?
A. SkyBlox does a bunch of things that Atlantans are really enjoying – our weekly email “”5 Cool Things in Atlanta”” features one kick-ass local deal that can be transferred and used on any cell phone. There’s also a guess-where-this-photo was taken contest for free stuff that gets a bunch of “”local experts”” guessing each week. Get the email . Also, our Twitter feed has the the right amount of relevant local tweets each day (around 3-5/day). But our free Wi-Fi is how most people know of us. It’s at many of the top restaurants/bars in town.
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