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Tag Cloud Analysis

February 25, 2010

Although not readily evident on my site — my current WordPress theme doesn’t display them — I add tags to all of my posts.  I just noticed the tags section on my site management page creates a tag cloud, and it makes for an interesting visual.

Based on my tag cloud, I have learned (if I didn’t know already):

  • I seem to write about Castle more than I watch it.
  • Amazingly I am now a bigger fan of the Los Angeles Kings than I am of the Buffalo Sabres.   There was a time when I never thought this would be possible.  (But the Sabres are still in my heart…)
  • My favorite TV show is still Mission: Impossible, even after all these years.
  • Oslo is getting more blog-attention than Cairo.  (Need to do something about that…)
  • I’ve posted more about England than about the United States.  But I guess I’ve never taken a trip to the United States, so that makes sense.
  • Dollhouse made me think, even when I didn’t like it.
  • I love GarageBand!
  • Looks like I’ve got a thing for Amy Acker…
  • Looks like I’ve got a thing for…Fran Kranz?
  • Most-mentioned authors:  Alan Furst, Nancy Kress, John LeCarre’, Maureen F. McHugh.
  • What is this Futurismic thing?
  • I am very interested in World War II history.
  • You may never have heard of The Sandbaggers, but evidently that show is important to me.
  • The largest tag by far:  Subnetworks.  It looks like I really do want to finish writing this novel.

And now, to tag this post, thereby reinforcing my tendencies…

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  • Steven Klotz February 25, 2010 at 1:42 pm

    Well, if you ever want to use that data to arrange your posts in an N dimensional space, I’m your man. That’s what I do for fun.