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kelson.philo's picture

Trex World, Redux Part 26b

Part 26b
http://www.oort-cloud.org/?q=node/155 (link to part one. Previous link not werkin' for some reason...)

Once upon a time, Paul had to turn in an application to join the Manic Monday Mayhem circuit.

[vidfile]
What I do each day.
For: St. Sallie, Realtime Attention Social Interactive Network Profile Questionnaire VidFile
By: Paul
[trex sigfile = “Paul”, loop = “1”]

Paul B. Hartzog's picture

Using RSS Syndication to Track Items

I have added a new HowTo to the site:

RSS Syndication

With all the interesting things going on here on Oort-Cloud, it is useful to know how to track the things you want to pay attention to, so we have installed a number of useful RSS syndication feeds to help you do just that.

Paul B. Hartzog's picture

RSS Syndication

With all the interesting things going on here on Oort-Cloud, it is useful to know how to track the things you want to pay attention to, so we have installed a number of useful RSS syndication feeds to help you do just that.

RSS for Items

Paul B. Hartzog's picture

The "oort-cloud.org" Tag

Just a quick note:

Please reserve the "oort-cloud.org" tag for posts about Oort-Cloud administrative pages (such as Social Publishing or the FAQ) and for discussion about how to use Oort-Cloud effectively.

For example, Jack Bell has posted some recent items on his Oort-Cloud blog that use the tag properly

Some suggestions for tagging your posts by type of story

Personally I find tags very useful, so I am very serious about choosing them. In fact, I think of tags as emergent in the sense that, given enough people tagging, the output can be bigger than the input.

Given the above, I don't want to tell you how to tag. You know more about your posts than I do after all. And, in general, more tags are better. But I do think there are a few standard tags which would make it easier to locate and group specific kinds of posts.