Tagging isn’t just for website content. It also applies to files and folders on Macs. Tags lead to order, more or less, and system-wide searches so you can find information you need before your next client meeting.
Image optimization isn’t just saving lower JPG percentages. It’s a question of “pixel weight,” or the average amount of information each pixel contains. More pixels in an image isn’t a bad thing, as long as the individual units aren’t flabby. I mean, who wants potbellied pixels?
While trying to build a tag system that made sense, I stumbled on a system for building human- and algorithm-friendly keywords. Taxonomy came from prose.