public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from jlesage with tag folksonomy

December 2006

EVERYTHING 2.0: KNOWLEDGE 2.0

by 1 other
links to knowledge sharing or knowledge management site; larger site is most comprehensive listing of web2.0 sites I have seen, organized into many categories; blogger is from Netherlands

Reader²

by 20 others
another social bookmarking site to find books to read like the ones you know, in genres you prefer, enjoyed by other readers with your tastes; it's one of the fun features of Amazon.com, now with whole sites for the purpose

November 2006

What Should I Read Next?

by 9 others
Like many web2.0 search sites, you tell it what you like and it builds a profile of your preferences. Film and entertainment addition in development.

Last.fm – The Social Music Revolution

by 177 others
a web2.0 radio listening site; you can see others' tastes and perhaps pick up some tips from them; like Pandora, it learns your tastes

Choose the Best Search for Your Information Need

by 9 others
how to refine a topic and its searches; updated for web 2.0 and specialty searching; good for anyone starting to do Internet research on a topic and will take you to some previously unused search tools

TeacherSource | learning.now . Tag - You're Delicious! | PBS

may 06 discussion of how delicious works; useful overview and collection of comments. PBS teachersouce is also worth visiting from time to time

StumbleUpon

by 62 others
Firefox extension offers an addictive way to search via categories or keywords or happenstance; you train it, with thumbs up or down on sites, so it learns your tastes; I prefer searches on keywords so far, and have had little desire to "network"

LibraryThing | Catalog your books online

by 57 others
You sign up, enter the name of a book, then find out what other folks who liked that book also liked; a tag cloud for the book leads to other books on this topic. Quite addictive, and I just used it to look at the info. around one book.

October 2006

Swarming Media

blog that give good reports on conferences and reviews of books, often on digital culture

CiteULike: A free online service to organise your academic papers

by 46 others
CiteULike is a free service to help academics to share, store, and organise the academic papers they are reading. When you see a paper on the web that interests you, you can click one button and have it added to your personal library.

September 2006

July 2006

Tagwebs, Flickr, and the Human Brain (by Jakob Lodwick)

by 11 others
By looking at how we tag photos on Flickr, we can understand how humans process information. Feb, 2005

film blogs - Yahoo! Search Results

a trial to see what kind of results YahooMyWeb2 would yield for an area I knew

June 2006

user experience design

by 2 others
Peter Morville, whose book Ambient Findability, is a classic about user experience of the Internet here says users want a site that is useful, usable, desirable, findable, accessible, credible. Common sense, but rarely said so clearly!

May 2006