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Peer, I think it's not a good idea. The wiki articles are here precisely to make sense of the concepts in the posts, to organize them intelligently and refine this organization over time, as opposed to the immutable links or tags that appear in the articles at the time of their writing. The state of the tags on LessWrong is horrible, using them directly and extensively doesn't allow gradual improvement. Instead, the new posts of note should be included in the wiki manually, to the appropriate concept articles, and introducing new connections between the concepts, on the case-to-case basis for each post. --Vladimir Nesov 17:32, 25 May 2009 (UTC)