Friday, December 08, 2006

Tags

I just switched this blog over to the beta format. What finally swayed me was the keyword tag option in order to group related blog posts. I went overboard on the labels because I originally thought they would actually help with web page searching. They don't. Still, I'm glad that I took a couple of hours over the past few days to attach tags all of my archived posts. (Who suspected I had so many posts about outer-space, sewing, and doll-houses?) While I'm tempted to winnow the tags I created, it's probable that no one else is going to care that I've labeled both my library gigs and writing samples as "storytelling." Still, even though a tag like "folklore" brings up thirty hits, I'm glad that some posts are grouped together. If you suddenly have an overwhelming desire to read everything I've ever posted about puppets, then this beta version is for you.

Speaking of puppets, I've got a puppet-show to plan. In the meantime, check out the Three Minute Nutcracker. Oh, what fun and torment I would inflict if I had a video camera of my own...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You NEED a video camera. I would love to be tormented by your productions. The Three-Minute Nutcracker... I will admit I laughed at points, but it did seem longer than three minutes.

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

Anonymous: I agree about the Three Minute Nutcracker seeming as if it were longer than three minutes. It's the sort of thing I'd like to do, but I think my productions would be more tightly edited. Would they have more plot? Who knows! If Bede and I ever co-write pieces on a regular basis, he will be the primary plot contributor and I will provide the dialogue.