Friday, May 19, 2006
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[NOTE: that line up there doesn't count because it's only METADATA, not actual content. That's why it's in the square brackets.] [Oh, and so is this.]
[You can actually do a lot in metadata, if you're clever about it and are scrupulous about maintaining square bracket discipline. For instance:
Top Ten Things You Can Do In Your Blog Post's Metadata
- You can put top ten lists, like this one.
- You can taunt your enemies. (I won't do that, but technically I could).
- You can write out lengthy treatises, holding forth on controversial topics and saying pretty much whatever you want because technically, IT DOESN'T COUNT.
- I think you get the idea. Etc. Etc.
Oh yeah. I almost forgot this: ]
[By the way, I'm sure there will be some out there looking to get their blogs a little Guiness Book fame and notoriety by copycatting this record-setting post. Obviously it's a record that cannot be beaten, only tied. But I don't mind if people want to ride my coat-tails to fame, so long as they include a link giving me credit for the original idea.
HA!!! That's another joke. A link wouldn't count as meta-data, get it?
So if you want to copy this post idea, you'll just have to do it without giving me any credit, which is kind of a shame. I need to invent a meta-link.]
[Does anyone know how to get in touch with those Guinness Book people? I'd hate to set an important world record and have no one notice. Officially I mean; obviously all of you noticed, and that does count, thank you.]