(Updated, see below) WordPress 3.1 introduced some awesome new taxonomy query features, and the URL parsing allows some rudimentary syntax to query multiple terms and choose if the query is OR’d or AND’d. The URL syntax is as follows: A comma (,) between terms will return posts containing either term (logical OR), like this http://maisonbisson.com/blog/post/tag/wordpress,mysql/ . A […]
Talk to the customer in the language of the customer about what matters to the customer. Bad advertising is about you, your company, your product or your service. Good advertising is about the customer, and how your product or service will change their world.
Read that again, but replace the relevant bits with “user” or “patron” and “your library” or “your databases.”
The point of all this in a post from Jessamyn about understanding what users understand.