"The History of every major Galactic Civilization tends to pass through three distinct and recognizable phases, those of Survival, Inquiry and Sophistication, otherwise known as the How, Why and Where phases. For instance, the first phase is characterized by the question How can we eat? the second by the question Why do we eat? and the third by the question Where shall we have lunch?"
-- The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas Adams
WacoFork is based on that last question. Put another way, "Where you wanna eat?" This site is a community built around the Waco restaurant scene and a conversation starter between restaurants and patrons. Everyone enjoys the dining experiences our town offers, and everyone we know has their unique opinions about where to go and what to eat. WacoFork offers restaurant patrons an easy-to-navigate listing of Waco restaurants giving you the ability to rate and review your favorite (and least favorite) hot spots. We'll even join the conversation with compelling content featuring restaurants and the people that make them special. We also offer coupons and promotions exclusive to our site and serve as a bulletin board for special events. Join the WacoFork community today to rate and review local restaurants and to get in on exclusive deals for WacoFork members.
Cory Webb is the architect of the WacoFork website along with its vision and business strategy. Cory is a world-renowned expert in the open source content management system, Joomla. In 2009, his book, Beginning Joomla Website Development (Wrox), found its way onto national bookstore shelves as an easy-to-understand guide to building a website with Joomla. Cory holds an MBA from Baylor University and an undergraduate Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Texas. He resides in Waco, Texas with his wife, Carly, and two children, Lucy and Miles.
Chad's voice and mugshot are recognizable in the Waco, Texas community as he spent most of the last decade covering college, high school and community sports for the Waco Tribune-Herald. He honed his journalistic skills during the last 15 years in a sportswriting career that took him from his high school and community papers in the mid-1990s to detailed reporting while following teams on their roads to bowl games and state championships. Since leaving the Tribune-Herald in 2010, Chad has broadened his scope, writing for Golf.com while developing two books and maintaining an active voice in high school and college football in Texas. Chad earned a BA in journalism from Texas Tech University and continues to be more affected than he should be by the successes and failures of the Red Raider football program. He's based in Waco, Texas, but is known to spend chunks of time in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Lubbock and St. Andrews, Scotland.
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