Tags are the new KeywordsKeywords on deviations were built to be an important tool to help discover artwork. But as deviantART grows and strives to create new ways to discover great content, we’ve found that keywords as we currently use them have become underutilized. We think we can do better -- and can make a better experience for the community -- by making some changes.Tags are the new Keywords by Heidi
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In the coming month, keywords will transition into tags, and we’ll be improving the way they work. Tags will better surface artwork, allow deviants to form communities around topics, make it easier to find other artists and art appreciators, and increase discoverability.
For example, if you're a fan of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles it can be difficult to know what to search for: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Ninja Turtles, TMNT, Donatello, etc. Public tags provide visibility to see how others are tagging their deviations, which will allow you to align your behavior to the norm, or ch
To live would be an awfully big adventure.To live would be an awfully big adventure. by LaurenKitsune
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Robin Williams was my first favorite actor. I remember seeing him in "Dead Poets Society" when I was 9 years old, and I truly got him, even in this movie made for adults. I loved writing even then, but it taught me more about looking at the world in a different way, following your passions, and being silly no matter what anyone else thinks.
When I saw him as the Genie in "Aladdin," I was amazed that someone could be so funny without having to resort to cheap humor. And he didn't insult kids by dumbing down his jokes. Yes, maybe it took years for me to understand all his references, but that just made it so I could appreciate the nuances of the film for years to come. In my mind, he ushered in Disney Renaissance, proving that kids' movies could be enjoyable for people of all ages and comedy was gold.
"Hook" changed my life. It was so magical and painful and real. I'll never forget watching the