Hmm, I’m already stumped. I thought categorizing my entries would be easy to do to create separate "streams" but it isn’t. Why? Because I’m finding that everything is connected in my entries. For example, I could be talking about playing the World of Warcraft. So you might think that’s easy, just categorize the subject of the entry as "Gaming" or something like that. But it’s not that easy, because often times my inspiration comes from the most unlikely of places. For example, when I’m playing online, I’m continually thinking about communities and the cultures within them. Therefore, do I add those categories as well thus making it now "Gaming", "Communities", and "Culture"? As I said before a while back in a previous post, the more categories I add the more absurd things seem to get, so I’d rather not have "subject" categories at all.
If anything though, I find it easier instead to categories things by type. For example, categorizing entries as "Books", "Movies", or "Music" is really straightforward, since if you click on that category you’ll see a listing of the books I have read. Yet if I do this, then what do I call my regular entries that aren’t books, music, or movies? Do I just categorize them as just "Blog" entries? Seems weird, yet at the same time how do I separate my content in these "streams"? Or should I really be worried about this? Yet if all of my content is merged together, I find this a detriment because it makes it more difficult for people to follow a specific "aspect" or "facet" of my life. Instead they have to see everything I talk about (although they have the choice to read it or not).
Again is this a bad thing though? Hehe, for some reason the song "All of Me" by Frank Sinatra is playing in my head now.
"All of me
Why not take all of me"