I've decided to follow my own advice with regard to Signal vs. Noise.
Before today, every article I wrote about twinBASIC I assigned a "twinBASIC" tag. That included my How To articles alongside my weekly updates. Over time, though, the weekly updates far outnumbered the other twinBASIC articles. The weekly update articles lose their value fairly quickly, while the other articles are more evergreen.
To address this, I'm splitting my twinBASIC articles into two different tags:
- twinBASIC: How To's and other articles about the twinBASIC language
- twinBASIC Weekly Update: The Sunday recap of changes to and discussions about twinBASIC
The two links above will take you to the respective tag pages, which include a full listing of every associated article.
The page you are reading right now is tagged as "twinBASIC." Its main purpose is to provide a link between the original "twinBASIC" tag page and the "twinBASIC Weekly Update" tag page.
The upshot is that now when I direct readers to my "twinBASIC page," it takes them to a page with evergreen(-ish) content without the clutter of seeing the weekly updates.