jake on 2005.02.01
at 12:28 pm
The first involves a simple tool that checks your account for similar words. This can be used to weed out similar keywords you may want to merge. For example, I had both ““font”:http://del.icio.us/tag/font/” and ““fonts”:http://del.icio.us/tag/fonts/” in my list. I took out “fonts” and just left “font.” Now I don’t need to look in both places when searching for the site I tagged.
The second is a bit more complex. Using del.icio.us he has created a lateral reference demo of the BBC Radio 3 site. Once a page is tagged a list of the tags appears below the article. And below them a list of related articles. In his example he tagged an article with ““cello”:http://del.icio.us/tag/cello/” and related articles from that the BBC Radio 3 site pop up for viewing.
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