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By: lenina

Sat, 09 Dec 2006 19:40:27 +0000

I forgot to say - I've blogged about this in the past, re: how to use 'Web 1.0 elements' (e.g. 'navigation' in the old sense) in a web 2.0 environment: actually, it's a fucking long post :| - in any case, you can use tags for navigational purposes in the web 1.0 sense. One way would be to only use tags that no one else does, so as to use them primarily for navigation in your own blog.

By: anaj

Fri, 08 Dec 2006 19:40:03 +0000

I've already done that and examined and approved of 'Being German' :-) As mentioned "earlier: The logic of tags (Web 2.0) won't help me here - help me in structuring my text into categores that make sense to me. Tags don't have a syntax, but syntax is pivotal here - for me, for the expression of the notion 'Being German', as opposed to 'Being' plus 'German'. I want to be able to structure my thoughts around categories that make sense to me. Findable, oh well. The people who know me are able to find the blog. I've rarely ever stumbled upon a blog that seemed to be interesting to me, and mainly because I didn't know the person. At the same time, if I know someone I am interested in practically every bit of online presence that I can lay my mouse on :-D

By: lenina

Fri, 08 Dec 2006 19:12:12 +0000

maybe it's also an idea to check your other tags on the gradient opacity/transparency. E.g 'Being German' similarly isn't used by anyone else. It all boils down to the purpose of your blog, I guess. I too want to stay _anonymous_ (-ish), hence I don't include any links to my LinkedIn etc. profiles. However, I _do_ want to be simultaneously visible and find-able, that is, my blog, not myself ;)

By: lenina

Fri, 08 Dec 2006 19:07:51 +0000

LOL. maybe try Austria instead ;) the thunderbird set-up looks good, I might try it out myself. The problem is that I only use webmail at the moment (for my private mails) and for work, I kind of 'have to' use M$ applications, so my work-related mail is handled by Outlook Express. Installing Thunderbird _just_ for feeds.. dunno... I may try it though, if it's worth it.

By: anaj

Fri, 08 Dec 2006 13:17:26 +0000

Hey, I've just realized that - while I might be the only person using the term F***ing Vorarlberg (Fing-Vorarlberg to WP), there is NOBODY on WP who uses the tag Vorarlberg :-))