AW: [NetBehaviour] visualizing social bookmarks

Stefan Immelmann-Winter sim.winter at
Sat Feb 4 21:46:56 CET 2006

Thanks Marc for those hq links!

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Gesendet: Samstag, 4. Februar 2006 14:18
An: NetBehaviour for networked distributed creativity
Betreff: [NetBehaviour] visualizing social bookmarks

visualizing social bookmarks

I am very intrigued by the social affordances allowed in research 
blogging. The exchange of ideas and early/process criticism are one of 
the main reasons I blog. This exchange was strengthened, for me, when I 
discovered RSS and With, one can search through 
bookmarks, or even subscribe to someone's links page. Now, you can even 
graphically search the tags through the combination of Touchgraph and While it does make pretty graphs, is this useful? Would you 
rather search for tags, or subscribers? When you find a group of 
information hunter/gathers you trust, their suggestion of a site 
automatically gives it some credence. Personally, I do find it useful, 
but I want both. I want to check what my network is subscribing to, as 
well as have an interface that visualizes related items to tags I am 
interested in.
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