Let me draw attention to this post. Of course, the post itself is its own attention-getter. But let me add a little point. In the right of this blog are two sections. One is called “What it’s All About” and the other is called “Non-Hierarchical Metadata (Tags).” I refer to these two sections, combined, as #Metadata.
Both of these sections are designed to suggest pathways a reader can use to browse or click from post-to-post with the hopes that one can read more and more. Each blog post has at its very top a list of categories and tags one can use to think about the blog post while reading and to then click to follow to other posts. Please feel free to make use of this feature and try it out.
Thank you for reading.
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