Personally, I prefer ‘warm data’ that is embedded in context. I recommend the most recent episode of Team Human.
In regards to jargon, you might enjoy Diane Kashin’s discussion of ‘cute’.
Why windows? What kinds of windows? Which classrooms, whose classrooms have sunlight? Which doors have locks? Who has the key? Which schools have metal detectors? Which schools have surveillance cameras? When were these technologies installed, and why?
It feels like there has been so much written about phones lately. I have been sitting with my thoughts for a while and decided to let them go.
Would love any thoughts. Really feel like I am missing something or maybe it is just complicated.
I find it interesting to consider when writing, but never really utilise them to be honest. Tags continued as before, often involving a mixture of themes, topics and authors mentioned.
With my new ‘commonplace’ blog, I focused on three categories:
In regards to tags, I try and restrict myself to three tags. Again, this is often a mixture of author, topics and themes.
I too suffer with some incorrect spellings which I too should fix up … one day.
I am interested in your process of auto-tagging? I sometimes copy the tags included in the ‘response properties’, but at the moment it just becomes another thing to copy. If you have a more automated process, I would be interested.