Things have been said. Things that, ordinarily, I would take offense to. But today I am in a good mood, Obama bought a Beaver Tail on the Byward Market yesterday, taking in feelings of joy and hope (along with artery clogging trans-fats), and so I have decided not to go into my usual balk at criticism, but to embrace it and try to grow from it. I may be a conservative, but I am not adverse to change. So, here goes.
It has come to my attention, rumour has it, Twitter Tweets, that visitors to my blog do not like my tag cloud. Which is fine, after all, you’re the ones who have to put up with it day after day. So here’s my thing: if you don’t like it, do something about it. You can change the world (or my blog, whichever is bigger). Let me know what tag-thing you DO like. What WordPress tag widget is better than the (annoying) one I have now, and make your case why. And, if you do happen to like that 3D moving “nauseating” blob I have now, let me know as well, so those whiners visitors that don’t like it see there are another points of view.
Today’s lesson, children, if you don’t tell me, I’ll never know!
And if you give me some good suggestions, I promise to apply more tags to my posts in the future, because, although I have the coolest looking tag cloud on the ‘web, when you don’t apply tags to posts, it doesn’t really mean anything, does it?