robertogreco + tagging + via:preoccupations   5

"Noticings is a game of noticing things in cities. Snap a photo of something interesting you happen upon, upload it to Flickr, tag it with 'noticings' and geotag it with where it was taken.

The game happens in day long turns, and you have until 3pm GMT to upload your noticings from the previous day."
tomarmitage  noticing  flickr  games  observation  tcsnmy  cities  play  tagging  api  via:preoccupations  glvo  classideas 
august 2009 by robertogreco
Reinvented Software - Together for Mac OS X - Keep Your Stuff Together, Find It Again Instantly
"Together lets you keep everything in one place. Text, documents, images, movies, sounds, web pages and bookmarks can all be dragged to Together for safe keeping, tagged, previewed, collected together in different ways and found again instantly."
software  mac  osx  organization  tagging  productivity  library  database  applications  together  notes  via:preoccupations  libraries 
february 2009 by robertogreco
Ethan Hein’s metablog » Social bookmarking is delicious
"The most practically useful thing on the whole entire social web is Delicious. Its original point was to store your web browser bookmarks online. That’s reason enough to use it. But the real value of Delicious is how it connects the thoughts in your head to the thoughts in the heads of innumerable internet strangers. Even more useful is the way it stores, reorganizes and reflects your own thoughts back to you. Delicious feels less like a web site I look at and more like a new module of my brain. It’s also like a slow-paced but highly absorbing text-based computer game, a loosely organized internet scavenger hunt." ... "Flickr is the second most useful site on the social web. It shares many of Delicious’ best qualities, like tagging and the rich inspiration of other users. Here are my Flickr items tagged with Delicious. After looking at my Turing tag on Delicious, my next move would be to take a look at my Turing tag on Flickr."  flickr  folksonomy  tagging  tags  socialbookmarking  blogging  memes  learning  recursion  via:preoccupations 
november 2008 by robertogreco
Peripheral vision and ambient knowledge :: Blog :: Headshift
"We need to let people organise their inputs by exposing all relevant information in granular feed form and then provide smart aggregation and tagging tools to create a personal eco-system of content, cues and links."
via:preoccupations  filtering  infooverload  flow  feeds  rss  tagging  tags  content  information  management  knowledge  ambient 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Dave Snowden on Everything is Fragmented | stuart henshall
"His point of view is information models don’t apply to humans. We are pattern recognition devices. We recognize and act based on partial data sets. We know that this is often true."
davesnowden  management  knowledge  patternrecognition  patterns  human  intelligence  complexity  social  systems  tagging  links  folksonomy  via:preoccupations 
november 2007 by robertogreco

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