CoMo Tech: Caroline Dohack-McCrary

@carolinedohackCaroline Dohack-McCrary

Who are you?

Caroline Dohack-McCrary.

What do you do for money?

I’m the lifestyle editor at the Columbia Daily Tribune and an adjunct instructor at the Stephens College School of Design & Fashion.

What do you do for fun?

I run, ride my bike and sing/play guitar in a rock duo called the Gravity Rabbits.

I would characterize my relationship with technology as:

We’ve been going steady for some time now, but sometimes I need my space.

Smart or dumb phone? What kind? If smart, what are the three apps you use most?

My phone is too smart for its own good. It’s an HTC Inspire. My favorite apps are:

  1. Facebook
  2. Words With Friends
  3. Ultimate Guitar Tabs

Mac or PC or Other?

I use a PC at the Tribune and a Mac at Stephens. At home I have a 6-year-old iBook that has only recently started acting up.

I use twitter for …

… scanning fashion headlines and harassing colleagues with unflattering hashtags.

I use facebook for …

… chatting with my mom.

Do you read any blogs? What are three of your favorites?

I check Catalog Living every day. I scan The New York Times’ fashion blogs most days, but don’t necessarily read everything. The Tribune’s Art Axis blog is always interesting, too. It helps me plan my weekends.

Go-to menu item and restaurant in CoMo?

I always get the foot-long veggie on wheat from Sub Shop. It’s so good I can finish it in about 10 minutes. I have a song about it and everything.

Complete this sentence: Archers of Loaf is:

… not nearly as good as the Gravity Rabbits, but might be considered more attractive in some cultures.

Friends are visiting from out-of-town. You’re for-sure taking them to:

sample as many downtown restaurants as possible. A friend and I recently had what we called “The Rachel and Carrie Eat CoMo Tour.” It was painful.

My second-favorite city/town/hamlet/state/country/province in the world is:

Muenster, Germany. It’s old and modern at the same time.

Caroline Dohack-McCrary

Thanks, Caroline!

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