2009 Sep 10, 8:22
Geoff Nunberg investigates issues in Google Books and in the comments Google Book's team manager responds in the comments. Apparently metadata is bad everywhere and not an issue new to the Web and
user generated content or tagging. Like finding Feynman lectures categorized as Death Metal on Napster back in the day.
2009 Feb 23, 10:34
Lots of neat web APIs. Added to Delicious network. "Over the past year, I've been tagging interesting data I find on the web in del.icio.us. I wrote a quick python script to pull the relevant links
from my del.icio.us export and list them at the bottom of this post. Most of these datasets are related to machine learning, but there are a lot of government, finance, and search datasets as well."
2008 Jun 19, 4:53
Create word art from your Delicious tags or any arbitrary block of text. Neat.
2008 Feb 27, 2:39
Title says it all. The ratio of interesting stuff to not is pretty good.
2008 Feb 8, 3:24
FTA: "...Using a mix of natural language processing, AI techniques, and a massive databases, Reuters' solution extracts important bits of information from raw HTML pages. People, Companies, Places,
and Events are really at the heart of many business artic
2008 Jan 16, 2:58
Library of Congress puts up photo collections on Flickr. Neat!
2007 Nov 15, 4:12
Tim Spalding founder of LibraryThing gives a talk to the Library of Congress folks about his website LibraryThing. Focus on tagging vs taxonomy. Some humorous things in the talk as well.
2007 Nov 4, 6:44
David Weinberger's blog. He wrote Everything is Misc.
2007 Sep 11, 9:56
Its like YouTube for science
2007 Aug 15, 3:16
Reasons why del.icio.us style tagging is different and better than things that have come before it.
2007 Jul 26, 12:05
A debate between David Weinberger (of Everything is Miscellaneous) and Andrew Keen (of Cult of the Amatuer) on the Web as the end of intelligent society. Of course since I'm posting this on delicious
its clear who I favor in this debate.
2007 Jul 25, 11:25
An interesting blog from Tim of LibraryThing
2007 Jun 17, 11:44
Social tagging of museum pieces.
2007 May 29, 1:00
A blog on information
2007 Apr 8, 9:27
This is a search shortcut for Vizicious my delicious heirarchy visualization tool.
2007 Apr 8, 9:05
Geotagging used in your delicious tags so you can plot your delicious links on Google Earth.
2007 Apr 8, 9:02
Bookmark things on delicious very privately. This is an actual tool this time that uses encryption to ensure that even delicious doesn't know what you bookmarked.
2007 Apr 8, 9:01
How to bookmark things privately on del.icio.us
2007 Apr 8, 8:56
My delicious account has been queued for analysis so I haven't tried it yet. But it sure sounds like my vizicious tool.
2007 Apr 8, 8:35
Del.icio.us does cool things with videos, music, and images that you post to del.icio.us. I haven't seen this previously because I'm generally posting a page containing these things to get context...