Blog Labels at the Library: The Not-So-Dewey Decimal System

Blogger lets you categorize your blog entries with tags – like Development, Pound Cake or what have you. However, they don’t provide an easy way to put these labels into your web page if your site is not hosted on a Blogger server, which the Library of Dresan is not. I’ve played around with this a bit, but have not yet figured out how to do it.

But the directory structure of the labeled blogs is simple – just the subdirectory “labels” and a bunch of eponymous files like “Mission to Mars.html” or “Sith Park.html”. So I’m going to put these labels up myself right now, and write a 10-line or so Python program that will do it for me later.

To make things easy, I’ve added an index.html to the labels directory, so you can just navigate to it to see the current list of labels. For historical interest, here’s what I’ve got right now:

More to come…
-the Centaur
Update: removed the image for this post after investigating the license and finding it was a GNU-style “poison” license that required GNUification of the entire post. Sorry, Richard, I appreciate your efforts to make things available to the world but you don’t get my blog entries in exchange. I can take my own dang photos.