Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Web2.0 articles: NPR's story on YouTube & Searcher's on Social Bookmarking

NPR's Morning Edition had a story on the epic growth of YouTube, a new Web2.0 company that allows users to freely upload video clips and share them with each other. (see story at If you haven't heard of it or tried it out yet, you should take a look - this is popular web service de jour. Also, take a look at this article from June's edition of Searcher magazine on Social Bookmarking - available through iCONN's InfoTrac at
It lists a large number of the social bookmarking/tagging services, some I hadn't even heard of, as well as discussing the implications of the trend, folksonomies, etc. (13 pp.)

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