NpTech Tag Cross Blog Discussion: What do those guidelines look like?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

How are they different from taxonomies? Gavin's post does a great job explaining the definitions and the advantages of a taxonomy over a folksonomy. Alf Gracombe (a relatively new in the nptech blogosphere and whose blog looks promising) suggests that the debate reflects the shifting paradigm away from the more traditional content taxonomies to the emerging folksonomies on today???s Sort of an emergent taxonomy.

Methods for Facilitating Innovation in Nonprofits

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The curriculum was based on their “ Innovating for People ” design methods recipe book and “ taxonomy for innovation.” We introduced ourselves by drawing a picture on a sticky note and using the speech bubble sticky to articulate a challenge in our practice.

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NpTechTag Summary: Connected Conversations, Live Blogging, and Other Great Finds

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Many useful observations and questions raised about how to analyze the tagging data we've collected and how to move from a folksonomy to a taxonomy. Last week I summarized Allison Fine's articulate rant about the Gates Foundation.

Social Actions Community Call, July 2009

Social Actions

The data cloud connects related data so that if someone is building a site or application or coding something, they can draw directly on the taxonomies that are already developed. There’s no action-oriented taxonomy right now. When we relaunch our website and can relay that rippling impact, very exciting to think we’ll be articulating that over the next several weeks. On July 1, 2009, Social Actions convened a Community Conference Call.

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