One of the things that's been on my list for a while is to update how I organize the content I create and consume. I'd like to better organize my blog posts, photos, bookmarks, news feeds, and music collection. So I'm taking some time to define a personal taxonomy. I will focus on developing better content tagging habits and hopefully find a few tools to help me do the job.
UPDATE (1/26/08 - 4:08 pm (GMT-7): Look in yonder sidebar! Feed links for posts, site-wide comments, and comments on the current post!
Although email notifications of comments are useful, I'd rather monitor comments and replies to comments via RSS. If you can install a plugin, flip a switch, or just make your existing Commens RSS link more prominent, I'd be much obliged.
This request is somewhat hypocritical, as I do not currently offer a comment feed for this site. That will change soon.
With the Social Networking powers that be recently coming together in the same room , I figured that it was time to do more than read and write about social networks . A friend recently invited me to hook up on Plaxo. His invitation along with the recent release of Plaxo's Mac client pushed me to making the leap.
HTML 4's fieldset, legend, and label tags took longer to find their way into my toolbox than I'd care to admit. In fact, it took Dreamweaver's use of them for form design a few years back to bring them to my attention. Since then I've combined several useful tips from experts to create my own standard form layout style sheet. I'll share my thoughts behind my form style sheet, basic usage examples, and the HTML and CSS source for you to download and try.