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One of successful new programming methods in robotics is done in two steps: (1) creating a blank robot with some useful manipulators and (2) teaching the robot a given skill or process by -- figuratively -- walking it through the steps. The method has been successfully applied to dull routines like packing, carrying and/or sorting stuff, etc. Note that the method is attractive mostly because the robot can always be reset and re-taught another skill. The key feature is that humans are an integral part of the technology. In this paper, the same fundamental approach is applied to management of large sets of unstructured content where raw information is provided by folksonomies and structure is added gradually or on-demand via the proposed ReBot which requires human participation to function efficiently.