Subjective subjects

One endearing feature of folksonomies like del.ici.ous is that they can provide glimpses of other people’s emotional reactions to what they’re browsing. You can mundanely surf by subject tags, but I’m more interested in seeing what other people find to be bewildering, amazing or infuriating.

You can see things that people want you to read, and things that they haven’t got around to reading yet.

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  1. Pingback: Abject subjects « Nannygoat Hill

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