|Pony: or, Hopping on the Bandwagon
||[Jun. 22nd, 2005|11:33 pm]
The Question Club
Sorry about the mess with the colours. Switching to S2 was more of a pain than anticipated, since S2's "generator" lacks the "Watermelon" scheme, which is the only one that doesn't look like ass.|
Anyways, since I don't have a TV or my own Internet access — currently, I'm accessing the 'net through the generousity of "default" and "Linksys" — so I'm kinda bored. When I get bored, I start thinking.
So, here's what I'm thinking about. Lots of times, I'll need the information contained within one of the questions asked here a few weeks after the question was asked. Since this community is fairly busy, and we get like, eight billion posts a day, it's a real pain in the arse to find a post that was made more than a day or two ago.
LJ recently introduced a feature that lets users "tag" the content of posts so it can be categorized easier. I'm sure most of you already know about this, since it seems everyone has at least one friend that went back and tagged every last one of their entries.
The idea is that we can use tags to sort entries. So, questions about computers can go under the "computers" tag, questions about women stuff can go under "girl bits," and questions about pooing on your mother's chest can go... well, they can go somewhere.
You should be able to tag posts with existing categories, provided I didn't mess anything up.
1.) Does this sound useful?
2.) What are some additional tag categories that should be added?