This is a work in progress. Please read WordPress Amnesty post < = talks about "Email Bankruptcy" and how I just need to post all these ideas and start them.
I like words. I wish I used sites like wordie more often… Tagging things can be a lot of fun for people who like ridiculous words! My favorite tagging site ever though, is del.icio.us. Maybe its because I’ve been stuck in the stone age with my beloved, but decaying Sony Cybershot DSC-P72. I’ll miss you Solarize. =(. So I suppose flickr was a little out of my reach… but enough!
On to delicious!
If you use it already— after all let’s be honest. I’m not the first to exude over the web 1.5’s love child, DELICIOUS (which is borderline, over-the-top mushy)— you can just add the exercise tag
Fake Plastic Trees are killing us.
Oceanographer Curtis Ebbesmeyer, Ph.D., an expert on marine debris, agrees. â€œIf you could fast-forward 10,000 years and do an archaeological digâ€¦youâ€™d find a little line of plastic,â€ he told The Seattle Times last April. â€œWhat happened to those people? Well, they ate their own plastic and disrupted their genetic structure and werenâ€™t able to reproduce. They didnâ€™t last very long because they killed themselves.”
So let’s give back to the appraising the messenger. Bitchun society I really would like to know that my contributions to the rhizhome would allow for me and my loved ones to get by too.
1. Tag by emotion.
I’ve been using a modified version of this apple script xxx to better tag my music. tags tags tags. But I’ve found that tagging by emotion is pretty liberating. Soon enough, the zeitgeist’ll come and combine my “spooky” “scary” “sinister” and “>=(” tags on my random song collection into a visualization that makes gives order to the chaos.