Thursday, July 08, 2004

social bookmarks and their visualization

if you've ever wished that you could access your bookmarks from any computer, then you should check out, which is a web site that allows you to do exactly that (you can check out my list of bookmarks here).

in addition to simply bookmarking sites, you can categorize them with multiple tags, so links don't have to live in the strict hierarchy that browsers force you to use.

mike sippey points to a tool that allows you to visualize the prominence of the semantic tags on your bookmarks (here's the visualization of my page). btw, the visualization is not a server-rendered image: it's all done with plain text and css positioning. pretty slick. unfortunately, i don't think that the distance between terms has any relation to their relationships though.


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