Using Bookmarks to Visualize My #Tableau and #Alteryx Blog

Introduction

I’ve been on a mission to find a way to organize my blog content and present the articles in a visual format.

Blogs are basically terrible at showing their content. Articles get buried over time and forgotten by everyone, including the authors. I have spent too much time trying to find the things that I wrote, so now at least I’ll be able to have a much better chance of finding what I’m looking for.

The work represented in this article still does not achieve my optimal vision, but it is an improvement over all other techniques I have developed. I’ve got plans for another rendition, but that will have to be completed at another time. For now,  the solution given to me by Google is a pretty good one.

The Methodology

I used the latest Google Chrome bookmark manager to complete this work. If you want access to these dynamic bookmarks, simply click here.  The link just provided takes you to my publically-shared bookmark set that will always remain updated as I publish more material.  

There a few insights needed to create these bookmarks.   I’ll try to add a video to this post to show how it is completed since the technology is so new. 

3danim8’s Visual Blog

A series of figures (about 20 of them) are shown below that illustrate the complete contents of my blog.You can click on the first picture to go to the main dynamic bookmark page or you can click on all other figures to see them in high-resolution to see their content. Once you are active in the bookmarks, you can easily navigate from section to section by hitting the button that says “Parent Folder”. Thanks for reading and trying this very cool new technology.  I am sure Google will continue to improve this technology over the next few months.

Main Page

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Click to launch the bookmarks.

Alteryx Pages

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Click for high-resolution image.

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Tableau Pages

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Blogging Insights

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Nutrition

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Woodworking

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About Ken and Jett Black

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One thought on “Using Bookmarks to Visualize My #Tableau and #Alteryx Blog

  1. Pingback: A Dynamic Image and Web Page Viewer Using Tableau | 3danim8's Blog

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