Folksonomy is the process of using digital content tags for categorization or annotation. It allows users to classify websites, pictures, documents and other forms of data so that content may be easily categorized and located by users. Folksonomy is also known as social tagging, collaborative tagging, social classification and social bookmarking. Read more
Takeaway: Techies often scoff at "soft" sciences like sociology, but nowhere is sociology more apparent - and perhaps more important - than online.
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David Delony is a Bay Area expatriate living in Ashland, Oregon, where he combines his love of words and technology in his career as a freelance writer. He's covered everything from TV commercials to video games. David holds a B.A. in communication from California Sate University, East Bay. Full Bio
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