Collabulary, Not Folksonomy

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The one piece of information that was new to me was this: Folksonomy versus collabulary One outcome from the practice of tagging has been the rise of the ???folksonomy??? folksonomy??? More will be said about this in the section on network effects, but for now it is sufficient to note that there is a distinction between a folksonomy (a collection of tags created by an individual for their own personal use) and a collabulary (a collective vocabulary). digg).

NpTech Summary: Nonprofit and Social Change Digg Redux

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Should there be a nonprofit and social change category on Digg? Digg it here ). The result of these ad hoc collaborations was a folksonomy of terms of nonprofit technology related news and a community of taggers. million investment in Digg is intended to fuel Digg???s

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Allan Benamer's NpTech Tag Meta Feed Digg Plig Collaborative Search Mashup

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. Click through to flickr to see larger diagram Created in Snagit.

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Social Media 101 TweetChat Recap: Tagging

Tech Soup Blog

Social bookmarking sites include well-known sites such as Delicious, Digg, Stumbleupon, Reddit, and Technorati. What Value Do Folksonomies Bring To The Online Museum Collection?