me, 2.0: jose nazario
beauty and the street
out to dinner the other night with christian, we went to the stinking rose, a fantastic
garlic restaraunt. good service, great food, awesome atmosphere. highly
recommended. these parking spaces all had a platitude in front of them ...
since i spent a good portion of those days living via my aggregator to
gather news and data, i got to think a bit
more on RSS and information discovery ... over the week i talked to
someone about publishing my article on RSS clustering.
i've been innundated with a flood of new material, and my aggregator
simply doesn't help me sort it out. while i can flag hits i find interesting,
i can bin them for long-term preservation or say "find more like this and
bring them to my attention in the future". the idea of RSS clustering is
to divine the interesting bits.
other people have taken the del.icio.us
approach and "blog" their bookmarks with a tag and a blurb. like tags
show related material. even flickr
lets you tag photos, and cite-u-like
does this in an academic setting. yet none of them really solve my
problem, which i'm happy to say is appearantly bothering other people, too.
simply storing an idea somewhere doesn't help you discover what was
interesting about it when you filed it, and you don't get to use
that again. the interface to del.icio.us stinks in that the numbering
of pages constantly shifts, etc etc etc. we need better information
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