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The Top Ten Vehicle

By Triyou, posted 01/12/20 16:38:04
The Top Ten Vehicle

I suppose the best place to begin the very first TriYou Blog will be right at the core, the essence, the meat of the site.  That being, of course, the Top Ten Lists. Now these should be different for everybody and I imagine the process of creating them will vary widely and that is good in my estimation.  It is easiest for me to speak of my process when creating the lists (and mind you I have been thinking about these for a decade and still have tendencies to doubt and make changes).  I limited myself in each category: one movie per director, one album per artist and one book per author. I found this made my lists a little more diverse and gave a wider spectrum for others to gauge my tastes, if they are so inclined. I easily could have put three Nirvana albums, three Kubrick films and all of Henry Miller's books in my lists, but thought that would be somewhat limiting and sort of defeat the purpose of my original intention for this project.  That being, shortly put, providing a member of TriYou a quick and easy way to glance at another member's profile and see if they share similar interests (and if so follow that member) and get the best recommendations, suggestions and discoveries in these fields when said member posts, recommends or suggests what they are reading, listening to or watching.  But remember they are your lists--put some thought into them and post whatever you want! Imagine if you follow ten members with similar tastes the possibility for new discoveries that could provide--now imagine what it could be ifyou follow one hundred, one  thousand, ten thousand...

I have heard from many people, "its so hard to narrow it down to just ten."  I agree, it really is, but that is much of the fun and challenge of creating your lists. It forces you to think just what your favorites are and why they are so dear to you.  Anyway, they are YOUR lists  you can develop them any way you want and change your list anytime you feel like it.  They are designed to be fun, but maybe more importantly a building block to the ability to find the most relevant, compelling, unique and even life changing recommendations/suggestions on the web.

 



 
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