Cory Doctorow at 10:50 pm Mon, Sep 17, 2007
ADVERTISE AT BOING BOING!
Is this the book version you were looking for? http://www.boingboing.net/2005/11/25/coffee-table-with-in.html
“I know I blogged a bookcase version of this table at some point, but I can’t find it.”
That raises an excellent point. I am an infrequent bookmarker, and several times I can remember talking to someone about something I saw online, only to be unable to find it.
There’s only a handful of sites I hit regularly (boingboing being foremost), so it really shouldn’t be that hard, should it? It’s the 21st century FFS!
This goes for searching sites like boingboing or digg too. Keywords I associate with a post are not always good as search terms, and aren’t always used in the title or body of the post, which makes it basically impossible to find.
Why is this still a problem? Keywords and pagerank are evidently not good enough, what’s missing?
yeah! this would be fantastic right up until your dog comes by happy as can be, or you reach for the remote to quick and spill your nice full beer all over your issues of Fortean Times, say bye bye to your 90$ subscription mag collection.