John of Darkskies just send me a contact form on one of his new ideas.
It's pretty cool and I can see he has had some thoughts put into it. It's a set of tags for different tagging services.
I'm not sure social networking is the right term to use here since it's basically just tagging. And tagging has got nothing to do with social, only helps with search engine rankings and search engine traffics.
Let me give you an example: Windows Live Mail beta. This entry, more than any entry in this blog received a huge boost due to those taggings.
Anyway, it's still a pretty good idea. Should your reader feel like they want to find out more about the related topic, they can just follow those links and see what other people are talking about.
We still lack enough reasons why people should start tagging. It's like, what's the point of using "Extended entry" or "keywords". What's the point of having them? What do they do? Until now, eventhough I'm using them, I'm still not exactly clear what they are for.
J f Z has some pretty nice logos to help promote this habit. Although unnecessary because you can do it without them, but it adds style and class to it.
I went to pick her up from the station, went back to her place and I
started making dinner in the kitchen. It wasn't exactly anything fancy
but it was okay. We talked, argued, laughed and talked more about
random things. She talks about her trip, while I talked about my PhD
After dinner, we went to her room. Had wine, some light music and we
talked more. She suggested we have some popcorns despite not having any
movies. That's fine nonetheless.
She said she likes the
flowers I bought and she went to turn off the ceiling lights leaving
just the (orange) table light and basin lights. It was perfect. A box
of chocolate came out of no where and it quickly disappeared just as
the wine did.
It was perfect. Music, lightings, drinks,
dinner, desserts. Everything, she was sitting sexily on the bed looking
back at me. And me at her.
She was tired from the trip, I can tell. I looked at the time and said, "I should leave now," Picked up my stuff and left.