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Ed

Tagging's definitely not crap, Beth. Not nearly as user-friendly as it needs to be to be ready for prime time, but I'm starting to use it, and it's starting to change the way I think about the web and knowledge management in general. It meshes nicely with lots of other interesting current ideas about user-generated metadata, too, so I think its usage and impact will only continue to grow--but it'll be faster if they make the tools better (e.g., auto-integrate Technorati pings in TypePad, to take one small example).

Beth

I've been excited about tagging, but some of the people I'm teaching to use delicious aren't convinced. I'm on the tagging is fabulous side of the fence. Tonight I'm hoping to get to a Berkman thursday night blogger session that is a discussion about this very issue. Hopefully, will leave with a more informed opinion ....

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