15
Feb

Squidoo: Lens on Lens

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Odds & Sods

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

This lens is quite different than my other lenses:
it is really a personal journal, rather than a traditional Squidoo Lens.
It contains some personal views on Lens design, construction and promotion.
I
am using it to record some of the design criteria I have tried, used or
abandoned in attempts in the very early beta stages of Squidoo. Hence the title “Lens on Lens.”

Some
Ideas are likely to have wide spread applicability (indeed some that I
used very early on were discoverd by others independently … for
example use of internal links to specific modules within a lens) while
other (especially those being used in the Massive lenses I have
developed (which in some ways seem to be the antithesis of the Squidoo
concept) may not prove viable in the end….

If you are considering building your own lens, it may be useful to follow some of the pointers to other resources… even if you don’t choose to use any of my techniques, there is a lot to be learned from the resources I point to.

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