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sb: "It's not really categorization on Flickr -- it's about letting users remember. [...] The unfortunate thing about the term "folksonomy" is
that it implies that it's a replacement for categorization."
I think that tagging is mostly about letting users forget.
js: "The interesting group behavior is the tagging that isn't categorization, e.g., "To read" -- not a category, though it has a big group and a lot of social and user context. People make tags for groups working together, workflow in RSS -- that's what's most surprising."
"[In] Flickr you mostly tag your stuff for your own purposes, in Technorati, it's your stuff for others' purposes, and in Delicious, it's others' stuff for your purposes. They're different things, they don't necessarily flow together."
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