While it's true that some terms are open to interpretation, like "pretty" or "sufficient", there's a phrase that Philly has abused over the years to the point that it could mean anything or it could mean nothing. Of course, that phrase is
all you can eat jawn. So why not use it for the name of a site that covers everything in Philly: TheJawn.com.
Jawn's a still-in-beta service based in and focused on the 215, offering user-generated business and website reviews, plus tons of photos and community resources, all in an effort to improve the city by allowing its users to "explore, discover & assemble" -- so, like LEGOs, only without the blinding pain that comes from stepping on a corner piece. While your satisfaction on other review sites is limited to "self-righteousness after calling out a waitress over a Splenda/ NutraSweet mix-up" (which you can totally do here, too!), Jawn reviewers earn points for new listings, edits, reviews, and feedback, which're redeemable for cash -- for example, 15 new listings/ edits earn you five bucks, a pay scale greater than that of most bloggers or Wisconsin educators. Search results include high-res images, and listings offer handy, quick-hitting, general descrips of restos (so you don't have to wade through copy to get the idea); outside of the opinion game, there're venue and event schedules, plus a quick reference guide to municipal stuff like post office locales, bus schedules, and trash pickup...apparently the latter two aren't the same. Oh!
Planned improvements will include tools for job hunting and organizing neighborhood activities, and 5% of anything you earn is automatically donated to local hunger and homeless causes, making you infinitely more charitable than the enforcers at the Golden Corral's prime rib jawn.