Tag Archives: folksonomy

Flickr And Self-Referential Folksonomy

I’ve been thinking a lot about Flickr and tagging recently, having just had to bash a load of tags onto my BarCamp pictures. Lots of my mates are members, and when we’ve got together for socials, we share the pictures … Continue reading

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d.construct, Understanding Folksonomy (Tagging That Works)

A presentation by Thomas Vander Wal Folksonomy is the result of personal, free tagging of pages and objects for one’s own retrieval. Tagging is done in a social environment (it’s shared and open to others) The act of tagging is … Continue reading

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