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06 December 2005

Clickable Culture: Tag Cloud

by macroron
technology, culture, commerce, and play. news, opinion, analysis and speculation to thousands of weekly visitors. articles, reviews, and diary posts. Visit often, or subscribe to a feed.

01 December 2005

27 November 2005

O'Reilly Radar Blog

by macroron & 19 others
tags by, photos by Flickr, trends by the Yahoo!/O'Reilly Buzz Market -- we'll draw from the wisdom of the alpha geeks, amplify the weak signals, draw out effective design patterns, iterate, and see if we can predict the next Mosaic, P2P, or Am

23 November 2005

NewsCloud - Tag Index

by macroron & 1 other
an application that takes all of the RSS feeds from the Washington Post website and builds a blog like tag cloud from the keywords. Each story's full text is pulled from the website and indexed by keywords thses keywords. There are typically around 10,000

21 November 2005

SWiK Home

by macroron
a project to document open-source software. SWiK features template-able wiki pages: SWiK Pages can act like blogs, or like lists of bookmarks, although by default they are just a simple page you can edit whichever way you want.

19 November 2005

Pete Freitag's Homepage: Sitemap

by macroron
Pete specializes in the HTTP, and SMTP protocols, web services, xml, java, and coldfusion.

Pete Freitags Blog: Tag Cloud

by macroron
Tag Index - Pete specializes in the HTTP, and SMTP protocols, web services, xml, java, and coldfusion.

17 November 2005

Squidoo BetaBlog - a co-op run on behalf of its members, the lensmasters.

by macroron
online platform - build lenses on topics your passionate about - find a unique, human perspective on things that interest you - Lensmasters spread their ideas, get recognized for their expertise, send traffic to Web sites and blogs, and earn royalties.

Swickis - a new kind of search engine or search results aggregator

by macroron & 3 others
allows anyone to create deep, focused searches on topics you care about and then share them on your site as tags. It sounds very similar to Dave Pell's Rollyo - except with tags. You can see Swicki implemented on this site.

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