On Permalinks and Paradigms…

“There are some things that become so ubiquitous and familiar to us — so seemingly obvious — that we forget that they actually had to be inve

“There are some things that become so ubiquitous and familiar to us  so seemingly obvious  that we forget that they actually had to be invented. Here’s a case in point  the weblog post’s permalink. I mean  let’s think about it. The problem was that a weblog’s front page is by far its most visited page. This is the page where everyone actually sees your content (or at least it was until the creation of RSS feeds). But it’s not possible for someone to effectively bookmark or link to that particular entry on that page, because shortly it will scroll off the bottom.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE