[NetBehaviour] visualizing social bookmarks

ricardo ruiz doutorsocratesoreidofutebol at gmail.com
Sun Feb 5 21:54:26 CET 2006


there is also another similar software, scutle (www.scuttle.org). it is free
software and you can install on you own server... like in (
www.metareciclagem.org/links)

2006/2/4, Stefan Immelmann-Winter <sim.winter at soy.de>:
>
> Thanks Marc for those hq links!
>
> Stefan
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> Von: netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org
> [mailto:netbehaviour-bounces at netbehaviour.org] Im Auftrag von marc
> 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 del.icio.us. With del.icio.us, 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
> del.icio.us. 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.
>
> http://blog.humlab.umu.se/archives/2005_01.html#000834
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