Broseidon, I haven’t updated this blog in over a year, but the amount of stupid in your question has prompted me to update.
Yes. Shakespeare wrote in Early Modern English. Anyone with even a passing interest in linguistics figures this one out. I am aware there’s a difference between Fand þa ðær inne æþelinga gedriht swefan æfter symble; sorge ne cuðon, wonsceaft wera (Beowulf, what up) and More of your conversation would infect my brain (Coriolanus, picked because you are obnoxious).
I tagged things with Old English when the words I was showcasing came from Anglo-Saxon. Laughter, for instance, comes from an Old English word, hlæhhan. The “worth” in money’s worth comes from an Old English word, weorð.
So I suggest you actually read the things you’re finding while browsing that tag, and perhaps look at the dates when things were posted before directing your ire at a blog that’s been inactive largely since April of 2012.