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Video Tagging Services: Veotag and Click.TV
http://mashable.com/2006/06/02/new-video-tagging-services-veotag-and-clicktv/
Video Tagging Services: Veotag and Click.TV
VeoTag and Click.TV are two contenders in the video tagging space. Theyíll be joined by MotionBox, a similar service that offers both deep-tagging and video remixing (ala JumpCut and Eyespot). The idea is to let users tag individual sections of a video so that others can skip straight to the juicy bits. Further down the line, the data could also be used to improve video search.
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All The Cool Kids Are Deep Tagging
http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/10/01/all-the-cool-kids-are-deep-tagging/
All The Cool Kids Are Deep Tagging
Many people are tagging audio, video and photo content.
YouTube, Flickr and others allow this (and see Googleís efforts to tag photos using humans). Tags help describe the content and are usable by search engines as well as humans.
But highest level tags, when they are present, donít capture all of the content, so a lot is missed.
Thatís why I like the idea of deep tagging. It requires human labor but for many publishers itís worth it. Instead of simply being associated with a file, a deep tag is associated with a clip from the file. Click on the tag and jump right to that part of the clip.
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Tags Help Make Libraries Del.icio.us
http://www.libraryjournal.com/article/CA6476403.html
Tags Help Make Libraries Del.icio.us
Social bookmarking and tagging boost participation
Now social bookmarking and tagging tools help librarians bridge the gap between the library's need to offer authoritative, well-organized information and their patrons' web experience.
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PowerPoints to explain tagging
http://www.slideshare.net/tag/tags
PowerPoints to explain tagging ... free online access and some can be downloaded.
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Folksonomy and Tagging (teachinghacks)
http://tinyurl.com/fbnx4
Folksonomy and Tagging (teachinghacks)
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Tag Central
http://tagcentral.net/
Tag Central
This site aggregates this data from a variety of sources. All one needs to do is provide a keyword (TAG) that the data should be labeled with.
Current Sources for Tag Central are:
Flickr | Smugmug | Wists | Technorati | BlogMarks | 43 Things | del.icio.us | Connotea | Furl | Upcoming.org | Jots | de.lirio.us | Consumating |
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Tagging and Meta-Search
http://www.searchlounge.org/
Tagging and Meta-Search
Tagging systems are segmented by media. You can tag photos on Flickr, web pages on Furl, del.icio.us, Yahoo!? My Web., videos on YouTube, your book collection on LibraryThing, and so forth and so on. But why should my video tags be different from my photo tags? There might be one-off situations, but generally my tags should follow me rather than me having to follow my tags around from search box to search box.
I want one search box or tag cloud to give me access to all of it. At times I may want to limit my search or browse by media (as in tabbed searching for local vs. news vs. images, etc), but often I?l want all relevant results regardless of media type.
Tag Central does this, but it lists results by source rather than integrating them together with a ranking algorithm. But it? fun to play around with.
Has anyone built a meta-search engine or a widget of some sort that actually integrates and ranks the results across tagging systems?
Tagsology | Tags |
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Electronic Standard Book Number (ESBN)
http://www.esbn.org/
Electronic Standard Book Number (ESBN) is the unique identifier of electronic content and media.
ESBNs are recognized worldwide by electronic publishing companies and electronic content providers.
ESBNs are simple and quick to generate and serve as branded identifier or copyright for individuals or companies developing electronic content and media.
One method of tagging digital content .. including Blogs and Websites
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Tag use with photographs (Flickr)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/
Tag use with photographs .. explanation at Flickr
You can give your photos a "tag", which is like a keyword or category label. Tags help you find photos which have something in common. You can assign as many tags as you wish to each photo on Flickr.
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Tags and Tagging (at Wikipedia)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tags
Tags and Tagging (explanation at Wikipedia)
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