Good news for all tagging junkies. The social software / (anti-)folksonomy theorists at Many-to-Many point to a few cool tag aware applications this week:
fac.etio.us – grouping and filtering of the del.icio.us link stream by various facets. See David Weinberger’s article. Highly recommended.
Co-Links – annotating text with links (a somehow inverted form of tagging. Tags are no longer applied to links, but links to tags).
CiteULike – del.icio.us for academics (tagging papers, filtering by interest groups). The (currently) commonly used tags are great:
adipocytes aerosol agents animation attention bayesnet bioinformatics blog blogging blogs children collaboration communitybuilding competition compiler compilers complexity conflict consensus correlation decisionmaking demara design diffusion docking drosophila economics electricity evolution fast-spiking finance fmri functional gap generation genetic-testing graphs health highered human immunity informationtheory internet interneurons junctions ken knowledge language-implementation lattice learning libraries lip macroeconomics management markets matchinglaw measurement microarray mle model modelling monads monkey msmdx mt multimedia-learning networks neurophysiology noise openaccess pointprocess policy populationcoding procurement reactiontime regulation reinforcementlearning renewable reputation review saccade scheme science social social-networks social_networks sp1 statistics teaching testing theory trust tularensis two-component type-theory ukgreecepolicyreview usability web wiki