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PUBLIC MARKS from springnet with tags tagging & web2.0

December 2007

Twitter Groups!

Twitter Groups allows you to tag your followers into different groups. Then you can send a message to those groups without needing to send the message to each person one at a time!

October 2007

Web2.0 Template

by 1 other
turns search results form google, del.icio.us, amazon, yahoo, etc into live running slideshow of websites that are "live" and browsable while the show is running.

July 2007

The Tagging Toolbox: 30+ Tagging Tools

Tags - for some, one of the best ideas on the web, for others, merely a visual distraction. Yes, we’re talking about those loosely defined categories which are usually organized into cute little clouds. Looking for tag-related resources can be tough, so

October 2006

Trailfire

by 9 others
Use Trailfire to extend your blog out onto the web. Don’t just link to a web page, take your reader there and continue the conversation in a Trailfire mark. Once you’ve used Trailfire to help make your point, add another mark to form a trail and bring

August 2006

TopTaggers -- top del.icio.us taggers guide you to the latest and greatest on the web

Del.icio.us users who bookmark helpful/timely links with meaningful tags (as evidenced by others subsequently doing the same) are rewarded with free advertising, influence on search rankings, and recognition as experts. TopTaggers uses only the last 30 da

July 2006

Social Annotation: Seamless Integration of Social Bookmarking, Web Highlighter, Sticky-Note & Clipping

by 47 others
# Highlight, Clip and Sticky-Note for any webpage * just as you would on paper --> write on any webpage! * make them private or public --> interact on any webpage! # Share your online findings with your friends and colleagues * complete with highlights an

Clipmarks

by 42 others
Users clip interesting things they find on the web. The community pops the most clipworthy. Everyone enjoys the best of the web in clip-size portions.

June 2006

web2.wsj2.com

by 7 others
I recently had the opportunity to sit down for a lengthy conversation about Web 2.0 with Adobe's technical evangelist, Duane Nickull, who has some interesting perspectives on the topic. Tim O'Reilly famously defined Web 2.0 as a set of "design patterns an

Tags - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by 1 other
Although "tagging" is often promented as an alternative to organization by a hierarchy of categories, more and more online resources seem to use a hybrid system, where items are organized into broad categories, with finer classification distinctions being

April 2006