Monthly Archives: July 2005

Using del.icio.us “clouds”

How curious? I’m working up an article on del.icio.us and their clouds, and I discover that a tag based query does not show the cloud, so you can’t walk across the cloud/tag fields.

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Dominic Kay

On the Sun/oracle blog, a couple of days ago, I noted my friend & colleague Dominc Kay’s first blog article. Today, on the same site, he wrote a very generous reference and associated me with some of the most powerful intellects working at Sun. Thanks Dom.

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Make it something interesting for a change

Is the Cluetrain Manifesto, “a spectre haunting the Internet?”  Some of it is very funny, some of it bloody obvious. Its only the retards that thought the ’80s would last forever and that Gordon Gecko was a philosopher that will find some of this hard or revolutionary – the fact it’s all in one place is very good though, and its clearly written in a language that “entrepreneurs” can get!

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delicious, tags and community

I wrote about del.icio.us here & here, on my sun/oracle blog. I note that it’s a social network for bookmarking, it allows searches on the basis of crowd sourced tags, and allows friends to watch out for interesting content for each other. It also posts in RSS.

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