To paraphrase Tina Turner: "Now that we've found information, what are we going to do with it?"
There is so much information out there on every topic, including Silver Spring... So, how do we manage it? How do we catalog it? What is important? What is superfluous?
One person's key source of information can be totally TMI for someone else... What is 'cool info' to someone can be 'a waste of time' for someone else.
Obviously, there's nothing like going to Google - or Bing - to get instant gratification for your info-fix. (Last night my uncle called and he was all upset because he could not remember the fourth Monopoly railroad. I did not have the heart to tell him neither could I. So I Googled it while we talked - and no, I never told him the source of my information. He just thought I was smarter than him!) However, a simple Google search can oftentimes leave you feeling overwhelmed - where is the priority? What is important? What is not?
So, where do you go for information on Silver Spring? Or to find out what is happening? Or to know what is going on?... What links do you send your long lost friend when she asks 'what is that silver springs place you live at like?'
Any attempt at creating a "list of lists" is plagued by the perception and bias of its creator. It is a risky proposition to suggest that a "List of Lists" for "All Things Silver Spring" can really exist... But, hey, you can't let the perfect get in the way of the good... So here's my list:
Any additions? Subtractions? Corrections? Chime in!