Category Archives: Folksonomy

Interesting Interview with Flickr CEO

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) O’Reilly Netowrk‘s Richard Korman has a fascinating interview with Flickr’s CEO Stewart Butterfield. (Love that name, by the way.) There’s lots of good stuff here about what makes Flickr work as social software and how … Continue reading

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cogdogblog: Chemistry Students Building Delicious Link Collections

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Alan Levine has posted an account of how a chemistry teacher is using del.icio.us tags to have her students gather related resources for her chemistry class. This is directly relevant to a recent conversation here … Continue reading

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Tuning Folksonomies

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) A while back, I posted an idea for checking to see the degree to which two differently named memes overlap in content. Looking back, what I was really talking about was tuning a folksonomy. What … Continue reading

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Trying Out the Technorati Tags Thing

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) With some reluctance, I have added “folksonomy” as a sub-category in my site themes. I’m doing this specifically because Technorati will now pick up these posts as having been “tagged” with “folksonomy.” Frankly, I’m not … Continue reading

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The Obligatory Folksonomy Post

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1026) Commenting on a recent post, Beth Harris asks the question of how the tagging system in Flickr could be used for teaching purposes. (Beth, a fellow SUNY-ite working at FIT, is doing some cool stuff … Continue reading

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