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Links 1 through 10 of 23 by Tom Coates tagged folksonomies

Now here's a confession. I spent quite a lot of last year working around tags and I'm just a bit unsure how much of it I can talk about. It's all very aggravating. The project didn't launch.

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We've been having conversations around it again recently, trying to work out if there's any useful way to bring it back without killing everyone or whether to do so would be a waste of time. Inspired me to some good thinking, either way...

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Ooh. Classy. Nice. All kinds of things can be built off the back of this. I'm just starting to get my head around the possibilities, although it's probably worth noting that I'm not necessarily sufficiently qualified to get the best view...

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I remember this from the first time around when he launched it in 1996 and promoted it on Lance Arthur's glassdog.net webnerd artistic community. This time I believe it's built on Ruby on Rails. If you think about it, it's sort of a proto-anti-tagging...

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I know some of the people who worked on this, and they're really awesome - and this is an enormous step forward in My Web functionality...

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Relatively classic article now about folksonomies and cooperative classification that I'm rereading.

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It kind of choked on the sheer number of tags I have, but still pretty cool. What I really want to see is a Flickr-style top 50 tags but animated over time, so I can see new words appearing and disappearing in response to news stories and my interests...

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For sheer class, check out the submit a recipe page - all the ingredients come from a controlled vocabulary, are translated automatically into tags, and it even writes the recipe for you as you submit each component. Plus you can register on the creation

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We've been having enormous fun at work at the moment experimenting with semantic network effects at the level of services. Totally worth a read this. Tip of the ice-berg...

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My first reaction is that we should stop designing systems that will be spammed if they're useful, but I might be being unfair...

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