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In recent correspondence I offered some advice to a person working on a relatively new web site. (After five years the ^zhurnal is roughly at the half-million-word mark, so fogeyism is setting in, eh?) A few thoughts, all rather obvious:

Things always sound better in Latin. As Ovid wrote, "Adde parvum parvo manus acervus erit." --- which is to say, "Add little to little and there will be a big pile."

(see also AnnalsOfJournals (4 Apr 2000), WikiQuickStart (13 Oct 2001), PracticalProductivity (20 Jan 2004), ... )


TopicJournalizing - TopicPersonalHistory - Datetag20040708



(correlates: John McPhee, GoodFortune, OnFailure, ...)