Archive for September, 2006
I have made another round of revisions to my “social bookmarking” code, which powers the colorful buttons you see beneath this post and in the right-most column (the sidebar) next to BOOKMARK THIS and SUBSCRIBE USING.
The code can be used by WordPress blog operators, and will allow you to use the full range of bookmarklets and subscribelets, or to trim them down to whatever subset you’d like to use.
Over at Dropping Knowledge they say they’ve built the world’s largest table. And also the world’s most technologically advanced table. Indeed it may well be. Go read about the project, which is well worth knowing about. (As I write this, their big get-together in Berlin begins in a few hours…) (continue reading…)
“Web 2.0″ as they call it, is “the Web on steroids” — Web sites that do things that just would not be possible without the Internet and technology that’s capable of inter-relating millions of things and millions of people.
One of the things — well many of the things — being done could be classified as “Social Networking.” Although the term is somewhat technical, and refers to the techniques used to graph (or otherwise “visualize”) the ways in which people interact (which can be visualized as networks of interconnected nodes), its less-technical meaning is now being applied to the many things that people do online that help them work or play together. (continue reading…)