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Hybrid Approaches to Taxonomy & Folksonomy – SemTech 2009

Tagging isn’t new – it’s been around for a dog’s age in internet years. But in the past few years some fresh ideas and tools have reinvigorated the social tagging world. These new approaches include an attempt to improve findability through a bit of structure and control. While the idea of adding control to folksonomy seems like going against the whole selling point of social tagging (flexibility, openness), it is bringing the tagging to a new level, making it more viable for practical use in enterprises.

Weekly Digest for 2009-06-12

[webcast] [search] Presenting Earley SharePoint JumpStart 6/18 “Navigation, Metadata, & Faceted Search” #spjs Register: http://ping.fm/DMseU [webcast] [search] Earley&Assoc “Making Basic SharePoint Search Work” today 12:30EDT #spjs Register: http://ping.fm/DMseU Speaking Wed 6/17 at #semtech2009 in San Jose: “Hybrid Approaches to Taxonomy and Folksonomy” w/ Richard Beatch http://ping.fm/DNNsq