Taylor Marek

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Top 10 Ways to Use del.icio.us - lifehack.org

Buzz Marketing for Technology

This contains sites like Analitics, Feedburner, Facebook, Digg last 7 days, Digg last 30 days, some forums, some weird blogs that don’t have RSS, stuff like that. One last thing…using the ampersand is an interesting idea, but that type of folksonomy isn’t really useful meta data to the rest of us who may be interested in your bookmarks. ABOUT. HOWTO. FORUMS. PODCAST.

Revisiting the Web 2.0 Dictionary - Part I

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Folksonomy – Tom is a ‘photographer’ and he wants to share his ‘Goa trip’ photographs via the web. As Thomas Vander Wal says, the folksonomy is a means for people to tag objects (web pages, photos, videos, podcasts, etc., The image on the left ( original source Thomas Vander Wal’s blog ) is an example of Narrow Folksonomy. For more on Folksonomy and its two forms: Narrow and Broad check out ‘Thomas Vander Wal’s’ great post This completes the first part of Revisiting the Web2.0 The folksonomy is the structure.

Newsmastering Architecture for News Radars


Google FeedBurner provides additional features for the RSS feed. Teemu Arina About Blog Speaking Concepts Archives ? 2010 (9) ? September (1) Cloud Company & Service Design ? June (1) Cloud Company – a New Form of Organization ? March (1) Experiential Learning Cycle & Social Technologies ? February (1) Newsmastering Architecture for News Radars ? 2009 (16) ? 2008 (20) ?