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Monday, June 24, 2013
Notice Something Different on the Modeling 101 Blog?
Hint: scroll down and keep an eye on the right hand side of the blog as you do so. Are you there yet? Almost? Okay.
See it now? Yes! I've added "Labels" to my blog. They pretty much categorize all my posts and make it much easier to find content that's relevant to whatever modeling topic you're curious about. You're probably wondering to yourself what the heck took me so long? Sometimes I'm a slow learner...I've seen the "Labels" option before as I've been creating my posts but ignored it because I wasn't sure what it was for.
Well, I finally looked into it and BAM, all my problems with organizing my posts were solved! Okay, so the solution is like 6 years late, LOL, but better late than never, right? I'm sure my long-time readers who've been with me since the beginning are probably screaming at their screens right now, chastising me for making them have to search through tons of posts the hard way. I'm sorry!!!
Don't worry, I've punished myself for you: I've spent the last few hours adding labels to my posts. Remember, I have 1,000+ to do! I'm a little more than halfway through though so in another day or so, all of my posts (aside from the few I felt don't need labels) will be completely organized.
I'm still experimenting with some of the labels I've chosen. I didn't want to overlap posts under too many labels and wanted to make it as easy as possible for people to navigate. So enjoy this much cleaner and straightforward way of getting access to the modeling information you've been wanting to know!