In Search of A/The Point of Life

NAVIGATING THIS BLOG LOG JOG

GETTING THE HANG OF GETTING LOST  – HOW (NOT) TO NAVIGATE THIS BLOG

Many of you have complained endlessly about how impossible it is to navigate this blog. Well, allow me, the Grand Architect/Maestro/Mistress/Creator/Maker/Mastermind/Mistressmind of this blog, to enlighten you. You may be surprised, but it is not haphazard at all, and is actually awfully methodical. Many of you often judge that Kaidie and her lives are unstructured, but let me  – get this from the horse’s mouth- tell you that every single move is actually calculated and carefully mapped out, and there is a grand structure in all of this. For real. Really.  (Neigh. Grunt. Snort.) Or a few grand and grandious structures. That overlap and interact and interplay with one other and an other. So here is my be-all-end-all rough guide to the Rough Guide To The Meaning Of A Life 3.0,  for all the lost souls out there and in here:

GETTING THERE 1:

There is a little arrow on the bottom left and right of each post. They bring you to the previous post or the next post, respectvely.

GETTING THERE 2:

Alternatively, use the site map, which gives you an overview.

GETTING THERE 3:

Scroll right down, there are 3 columns. For a chronological sequence, go to ‘KAIDIE’S PASTS, NOW’ in the middle column, and click on the archive, and just read how each day has developed since 12.12.2009.

GETTING THERE 4:

If you, like me, think in terms of ideas, you would enjoy surfing the blog using the tags/keywords (under ‘THEMES/VARIATIONS’) on the right column.

GETTING THERE 5:

Instead of tags, you can also go by categories (called ‘TOURS/DETOURS’), in the middle column.

GETTING THERE 6:

On the top, right under the title of the blog, says ‘(dis-)orientations’. You will find pages here. These pages are general notes about the blog which you can refer to for the 1000 days. This is a page. Hence you will not find the little arrows that I mentioned, which are found only in the posts. Kaidie publishes 1-7 posts per week.

GETTING THERE 7:

Well there is no ‘right’ way! Just get lost! And I am not being rude! Try it! (Or I guess most of you are already, without trying.)

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