...we contemplate whether the social bookmarking space is a zero-sum game. Because of self-selection, having multiple social news sites may ultimately be a good thing...When you have more targeted sites you have better discussions, and more socializing be
What Does an Insider Think About Social Bookmarking and Blogging? November 14th, 2006 at 11:18 am by Tony Well, I asked one — Muhammad Saleem is one of the hired guns at Netscape, and previously an elite Digger. He also blogs at themulife.com. I sat d
- Access your bookmarks from anywhere Online - Import all your existing bookmarks - Thumbnail images of all your online bookmarks - Design your own Personal Homepage - Discover New Bookmarks - You can use Tags and/or Categories - Set Tags, Cate
A Joomla! based module that gives a visual appeal to your site, allows visitors to click/be redirected to a social bookmarking site...to attract more traffic to your site. Download free version, and if you're willing, please leave a review/rating of Socio
Del.icio.us tags aren’t like meta keyword tags because of the Del.icio.us Lesson. Meta keyword tags provide no personal value whatsoever. All of their value is social. They’re for aggregation engines to find and tell other people about. In other words
This article looks at the evolving crop of social bookmarking tools, their functionality and examples of use. The goal is to help nonprofits understand the value of using social bookmarking tools and to determine which social bookmarking tool would best s
To get a handle on the state of the art [AI created an annotated list of 40 sites]. I think we should see within the foreseeable future a standard set of functionalities - submitting, ranking, organizing, searching, commentating, collaborating, annotatin
It might seem redundant to have semantic tagging when you can basically find anything you can think of with simple searches in Google or Yahoo. But del.icio.us seems to be most surprising when you're trying to find things that relate to what you're intere
Neatly organized on a pleasingly uncluttered page, find podcasts by topic with ease. Many academic, as well as popular, categories. Society and Culture. Science and Medicine. Religion and Spirituality. Government. Politics. Education. Arts. Technology.
OpenID is a lightweight, decentralized identity system that has been gaining prominence. I expect this upcoming year to be a big year for OpenID -- and not just because of the Google trend chart with the recent uptake in search query share.
Blogging has a name, but I haven’t found a name for this programming-meets-blogging I like to do...Here’s a start: “blogramming.” The blogosphere has its a-list — so does the, um, blogrammosphere (ouch!)...we are all hooked on the thrill of hatc
Insipid is a Delicious clone written in Perl and licensed under the GPL. The theme used was created by Thom Baxter. The source code to the project is hosted with Savannah. Features * Support for both the MySQL and PostgreSQL databases * Priva
“Are you my friend? Yes or no?” This question, while fundamentally odd, is a key component of social network sites. Participants must select who on the system they deem to be ‘Friends.’ Their choice is publicly displayed for all to see and becomes
Annotea is a W3C Semantic Web Advanced Development project that provides a framework for rich communication about Web pages through shared RDF metadata. An RDF model of bookmark classification permits multiple classification systems to be related to each