Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Why Babble, why?

Social bookmarking is not too deep, in and of itself, but taken in its context it is a biblically frightening notion ... to quickly give you an idea of the scope ... group weblogs, design patterns, site summaries, memes, peer 2 peer networks, taxonomies, virtualization, conversations, templates, flamewars, Usenet, portals, newsfeeds, syndication, agreements, extensible markup, markdown, detailed pings, communities, wikis, Linux, aggregators, live bookmarks, instant messaging, open source, tagging, trackbacks, resource description frameworks, and folksonomies are a few of the ideas that come to mind when thinking about the context of social bookmarking.

In brief ... after reading my Bible ... it strikes me that social software is trying to deal with this part.

2 comments:

David said...

"it strikes me that social software is trying to deal with this part."

Which part? (link is broken)

Vernon Singleton said...

Thanks! I fixed the link.