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Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)
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Tagging 101 (Northern Voice)

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My introductory talk about tagging from the Northern Voice InternetBootCamp.

My introductory talk about tagging from the Northern Voice InternetBootCamp.

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  • 1. Tagging 101 Northern Voice InternetBootCamp Vancouver, BC • February 22, 2008
  • 2. About Me Gene Smith Edmonton, AB ← My book... available now! (But I’ll give one away!) Book site: http://genesmith.ca
  • 3. What is tagging? • Simple and quick way to add metadata [*] to stuff you’re interested in, like photos, videos, blog posts and bookmarks. * keywords that help you search and find things again.
  • 4. Maybe a demo will help... • Let’s look at Delicious • Social bookmarks manager • One of the first tagging applications • http://delicious.com
  • 5. Who Uses Tagging? • Just about every web application that deals with information management • Gmail, Flickr, YouTube • WordPress, MovableType, Blogger • Operating Systems (Vista, Mac, OLPC)
  • 6. Why We Tag • Ease of Use • Personal Information Management • Collaboration and Sharing • Fun • Self Expression
  • 7. nptech, a tag community • “nptech” • Created by a group of blogger exploring linksharing through Del.icio.us • “I think that the development of this tag is arguably the single largest reason for the current (thriving I think) state of what is commonly called the “nptech community.” - Chris Blow
  • 8. Social Tagging • Social Hum • Object-centered sociality • Lowered barriers to participation
  • 9. Photo: http://flickr.com/photos/nicholasjon/105650196/
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  • 11. Community Community Article Article submission submission Creating ' broadcast' Creating ' broadcast' content (messageboards) content (messageboards) Short commenting (eBay reviews; Friends Reunited) Votes/polls and tagging Reading web content, 'sending to a friend' Reading web content © BBC 2005 Current steps to participation Possible steps to participation
  • 12. Getting Started • Tag your blog posts, photos, bookmarks • Use your tags to find people with similar interests & connect with them • Technorati • Seed communities with your tags • “nptech” • Coordinate tags with others - “nv08”
  • 13. “When the hype wears down... I think tagging will have altered the information landscape in a fundamental way” - Jon Udell
  • 14. Another demo...
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