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A presentation with 80% new content on social tagging. This covers "faces of perception", "depth of perception", and perception matrix, which greatly helps to analyze, research, and build social …

A presentation with 80% new content on social tagging. This covers "faces of perception", "depth of perception", and perception matrix, which greatly helps to analyze, research, and build social software. Enterprise uses of social bookmarking and their concerns are also included.

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  • 1. Keeping Up With Social Tagging Thomas Vander Wal Presented to: ExpertInnenworkshop quot;Social Tagging in der Wissensorganisation – Perspektiven und Potenzialequot; Video Presentation: Tübingen :: 21 January 2008
  • 2. Where We Came From InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2008
  • 3. Different Perspectives of Tagging InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2008
  • 4. Faces of Perception
  • 5. Personal
  • 6. Collective
  • 7. Collaborative
  • 8. Newbie
  • 9. Service Owner
  • 10. External Developer
  • 11. Depth of Perception
  • 12. Non-user
  • 13. Non-contributing Collective User
  • 14. Non-contributing Selective User
  • 15. Light Contributing User
  • 16. Heavy Contributing User
  • 17. Matrix of Perceptions
  • 18. Tagging Things
  • 19. Media
  • 20. People
  • 21. Events
  • 22. Commercial Phonebook
  • 23. del.icio.us versus Ma.gnolia
  • 24. Tag Delimiters
  • 25. Sociality
  • 26. Sociality
  • 27. Sociality
  • 28. Approaching Real Relationships Share Share Listen Public Private Friend A X X Friend B X X X Friend C X X Acquaintance A X X Acquaintance B X
  • 29. Elements Missing
  • 30. Clipping
  • 31. Clipping
  • 32. Clipping
  • 33. Map to Taxonomy
  • 34. Hold on to Expert
  • 35. Portability
  • 36. Inside Enterprise
  • 37. Connecting Distant People
  • 38. Culture vs. Social
  • 39. Pain Points
  • 40. Privacy
  • 41. Managers
  • 42. Transparency
  • 43. Scaling
  • 44. One of Two Things Happens...
  • 45. Does Not Meet Expectations
  • 46. or...
  • 47. “Good, Great, Fantastic, to OMG we have too much information”
  • 48. Adjust Expectations
  • 49. Understand Derived Value
  • 50. Who gets value?
  • 51. Person
  • 52. Refinding
  • 53. Service Owner
  • 54. Saved cost
  • 55. Improved taxonomy
  • 56. Improved SEO
  • 57. Too Much Information: Needs an Information Flood Role
  • 58. Taxonomy
  • 59. Data Mining
  • 60. Analytics
  • 61. Visualization
  • 62. We have come so far...
  • 63. But still have so much work to do!
  • 64. Danke! InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2008
  • 65. URL: http://infocloudsolutions.com E-mail: thomas@infocloudsolutions.com E-mail: thomas@vanderwal.net AIM: vanderwal Skype: tjvanderwal InfoCloud Solutions, Inc. - 2008