December 17th, 2011

green leaves

Upcoming "cooking for people who don't" carnival

[personal profile] commodorified is hosting a carnival about basic food skills.
Write a post to pass on something[s] you know that you feel is useful to anyone who wants to increase their level of food security by increasing their level of skill, knowledge, comfort around getting, storing, or preparing food. How-tos are good, recipes are good, linkspams are good. Reflective essays are good too, even if not of a strictly practically useful nature. You are your own best judge of what's on-topic. On February 2nd, come back and post a link to it in the comments of the Carnival Round Up Post.

I haven't seen many carnivals lately, but there used to be quite a few-- they're collections of links about a subject with (typically) many contributors and a central editor. There were some that were scheduled with rotating editors.

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green leaves

Tag all the things

I thought I'd find my posts about cooking, but I mostly don't tag-- occasionally I do some back tagging, but that only up to 2005.

So, I'm doing some tagging, and realized it's hardly an objective process. How finely do I want to divide subjects? What's important in a post, especially since some of my posts are about abstract topics?

Anyone care to talk about their approach to tagging?

The title is based on this brilliant cartoon.

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