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By coincidence, the Oxford Dictionaries blog just added a post about Tumblr English. It's useful if you've just gotten started and feel confused by the jargon. I take issue with one premise of the post:

Before you start your own blog, review some important features you need to know

I believe that most people learn how to use tech tools better when they just start using them. If you read everything you need to know about it first, it a) won't make sense, because it's virtually context free, and b) may intimidate you into never trying it. I started Tumblr without knowing most of these words, and so can you.

"The only way to be totally free is through education."


However, you'll have more fun if you learn the jargon-even if you don't use most of it yourself-eventually.

If you've started to use Tumblr but don't feel comfortable yet, check out the post! And yes, the Oxford University.

"Inteaching you cannot see the fruit of a days work. It is invisible and remains so, maybe for twenty years. Jacques Barzun"


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