|New Civilization News: Tagwebs, Flickr, and the Human Brain|
Category: Knowledge Management
12 comments4 Feb 2005 @ 16:59 by RatcliffeBrowse @188.8.131.52 : MingTag Ming the Mechanic: Tagwebs, Flic
ming_th.html|trackback}]: Ming the Mechanic: Tagwebs, Flickr, and the Human Brain: ...instead of just a bunch of free-form text and pictures on millions of webpages, we tag things in more finegrained detail as to what it is. This is a name,...
4 Feb 2005 @ 18:17 by Kenny "Kenny Sepety" Sepety @184.108.40.206 : NO
4 Feb 2005 @ 20:32 by jstarrs : You saw that?
It could come in handy one day.
4 Feb 2005 @ 20:41 by ming : Mustard?
I looked at it for 30 seconds, and thought it said Nostradamus, but, ah, I see it says "Mustard". Still doesn't make any sense out of it.
4 Feb 2005 @ 20:51 by jstarrs : The Kenny site....
..all american fun.
5 Feb 2005 @ 02:20 by Jon Husband @220.127.116.11 : Tagging
Hi, F. We haven't spoken for a bit re: Qumana ... but the most recent versions make it clear that adding both tags from controlled vocabularies and subjective tags will be quite easy .. but we have a real need soon for a smart, savvy and skilled developer. Are you still looking for some work, 'cuz imo your understanding of all this stuff remains (in my mind) a very useful thing for us. Our biz plan has changed, and it's more of a "cooperative ownership and sharing" slant. If you ever manage to think you might have any interest, I'll be glad to hear from you.
5 Feb 2005 @ 22:35 by ming : Qumana
Yes, I'm interested. I haven't looked at the program since last we spoke, as, well, my sucky windows computer succumbed from the load of viruses and spyware, and I didn't get it reinstalled yet.
6 Feb 2005 @ 17:56 by Jon Husband @18.104.22.168 : You Won't See ...
... anything clear related to my above remarks from a re-install .. we'll have to chat about what I'm alluding to via email or iChat or something.
6 Feb 2005 @ 22:21 by ming : windows
Oh, I meant reinstall my #@%$&%@!! Windows OS. Nothing wrong with Qumana. Anyway, yes, let's talk more.
9 Apr 2005 @ 17:32 by Josh Gentry @22.214.171.124 : Tags and Synchronicity
Tagging is a step in the direction of making synchronicty more likely. Here is a little post about some synchronicity in thinking about tags.
28 Apr 2016 @ 21:55 by Chartric @126.96.36.199 : JALockMkyWuE
Hear, hear. I have felt frustrated too at the limited options for creating black characters in many games. Skin color only goes up to medium brown (or uses black outlines for details, which become invisible on dark skin). Hair can be any color of the rainbow and beyond, but can’t be anything but straight. I would hope that before going for alien cotsniamionb, game makers would make it so actual humans can be represented.
25 Nov 2016 @ 09:07 by BandarPoker @188.8.131.52 : SejarahQQ.com Agen DominoQQ Online
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