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Folksonomy: stop worrying and love the mess
Tuesday, September 13, 2005

A nice panel discussion from ETech 2005 between Joshua Schachter (del.icio.us), Stewart Butterfield (Flickr), Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia) and Clay Shirky (educator and technology malcontent (in a good way!)). I appreciated the insightful and obvious in hindsight distinction between:

  • your data for you (Flickr)
  • your data for everyone (Wikipedia)
  • other people's data for you (del.icio.us)

It's well worth hearing if you think this stuff is cool.


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