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How to Use This Blog Efficiently

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This page does explain a few things of this blog on how to use this blog in an efficient way.

Follow My Updates

Navigate Using the Tags

Similar articles share same tags. If you are unsure what I do mean with a certain tag, check out the tag page of the tag (by clicking on the tag).

Use the Search Bar

If you do have certain keywords in mind, search is the most efficient way to look for articles.

Understand the Different Types of Pages

In lazyblorg there are multiple types of pages:

  1. Entry Page
    • URL is http://Karl-Voit.at
    • The entry page features:
      • A short introduction to the blog
      • The most recent blog articles and their updates
  2. Temporal
    • URLs look like Karl-Voit.at/2016/12/31/this-or-that
    • Temporal articles are associated with their publication date which is visible in the URL path
    • (Seldom) updates on temporal articles:
      • They are explained at the top of the article: date and content of update
      • Updates causes articles to re-appear on the entry page and the feeds
  3. Persistent
    • URL look like Karl-Voit.at/cloud or Karl-Voit.at/about
    • The page you are reading now is a typical persistent article:
      • Not associated with a certain publishing date
      • Persistent pages get updated frequently: adding links, updating content, ...
  4. Tag Pages
    • URL look like Karl-Voit.at/tags/cloud or Karl-Voit.at/tags/pim
    • On tag pages, you can see all articles which got tagged by the tag
    • Some tag pages do feature a description of the tag, how I use the tag, and what are the most important articles from my point of view
  5. TBD: *Navigational Pages*
    • Pages for years, months, and days that list all corresponding articles according to their first publishing date

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