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Q : Why do tags show up in different sizes in the right column next to my blog
A : We size each tag depending on what proportion of your posts are tagged with it. This is commonly known as a tag cloud. If you blog a lot about COBOL, but only occasionally about C#, then COBOL will show up larger than C#. It's a nice visual indication of what the main topics that you discuss in your blog are.

 
Q : Why do tags show up in different sizes in the right column next to my blog
A : We size each tag depending on what proportion of your posts are tagged with it. This is commonly known as a tag cloud. If you blog a lot about COBOL, but only occasionally about C#, then COBOL will show up larger than C#. It's a nice visual indication of what the main topics that you discuss in your blog are.

 
Q : Why do tags show up in different sizes in the right column next to my blog
A : We size each tag depending on what proportion of your posts are tagged with it. This is commonly known as a tag cloud. If you blog a lot about COBOL, but only occasionally about C#, then COBOL will show up larger than C#. It's a nice visual indication of what the main topics that you discuss in your blog are.

 
Q : Why do tags show up in different sizes in the right column next to my blog
A : We size each tag depending on what proportion of your posts are tagged with it. This is commonly known as a tag cloud. If you blog a lot about COBOL, but only occasionally about C#, then COBOL will show up larger than C#. It's a nice visual indication of what the main topics that you discuss in your blog are.

 
Q : Why do tags show up in different sizes in the right column next to my blog
A : We size each tag depending on what proportion of your posts are tagged with it. This is commonly known as a tag cloud. If you blog a lot about COBOL, but only occasionally about C#, then COBOL will show up larger than C#. It's a nice visual indication of what the main topics that you discuss in your blog are.

 
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