Tags have been reworked, fixing many usability issues and adding some web 2.0 tag clouds to explore the site.
Tags are now saved in a way so that capitalization and special characters (periods, quotes, %, ...) are ignored. Now the tag Google Reader is the same as googlereader and GOOGLE/reader when browsing. The tags are stored as the script author enters then as well and shown when you are viewing a script.
The site homepage has a tag cloud of the most popular tags and other tags that have a good number of scripts.
Previously the tag list was a 200K file of weirdly sorted tags (many of which were invalid).
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