Category: folksonomy

social exchange, bottom up, tagging,

“Everything is miscellaneous” 「全てがその他」 - Weinberger

Jeff Jarvis interviews Weinberger, whose new book titled “Everything is miscellaneous ” is soon to be published. I think the folksonomy provides the new perspective for marketers alike on what consumers think about something. In the old days of marketing,

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My maimiku Ben pointed me to Hatena-Tube in his diary inside mixi. YouTube popular videos rated by bookmark inside Hatena, the social media services, somewhat like, in Japan. Doubt if all the videos here not copyright infringing. Among them,

Posted in はてな, ben+miller,, folksonomy, hatena, hatena-tube, maimiku, YouTube

The way toward my mixi request (a.k.a., maimiku request)

In mixi, people get to know each other gradually. Like any other SNS, in MIXI too, somehow it is important to express the self by uploading photo, decorating profiles, and joining communities, and exchanging messages with the new friends. Ashiato

Posted in ミクシィ, ブログ, consumer technology, folksonomy, Japan, maimiku, mixi, tag, Tokyo

User interface is a passion

“User interface is a passion.” No, he didn’t use that phrase in his presentation. Or, might not even think so by himself. But that’s what I read from the presentation made by the founder of, Joshusa Schachter. Somewhat technical,

Posted in, folksonomy, innovation, Joshusa Schachter, media, rss, social media, tag, user interface

WordPress acquired? ? by yahoo?

Posted in consumer technology, folksonomy, kenji mori, social media, wordpattern, wordpattrn, WordPress, yahoo

mixi reached over 3 millon membership

According to the company press release (in Japanese), MIXI has reached over 3-million membership. Addiotional 1 million have just been added over the past 84 days since December 2005. If you are interested in MIXI, please also visit my lens

Posted in ashiato, ミクシィ, ブログ, consumer technology, folksonomy, Japan, kenji mori, maimiku, mixi, social media, social networking, squidoo, Tokyo

[not] Technorati JP is translating your tag into Japanese.

Update: It seems simply Technorati reads the category name for Tag.  I confirmed all of the Japanese posts retured under tag =”Cell phone” had the category name “cell phone” in their blogs.  Apologies for the wrong information. ********************************************************************  Isn’t it cool when

Posted in folksonomy, social media

social media map

I know the 2 x 2 matrix is a time-honored way of dressing up the banal idea.  But somehow I just felt like mapping the social media in relation to traditional media/web in a 2×2 matrix. The X-axis is Contents

Posted in blog repertoire, folksonomy, marketing, social media

Google alerts as spam in the Gmail

Have you noticed Google alerts are now reported as spam in the Gmail? technorati tags: google+alerts gmail spam

Posted in consumer technology, folksonomy, marketing

Technorati Top 100 (in Japanese)

ブログ検索のリーディングカンパニーである、テクノラティ (technorati)が公表しているTOP100をのぞいてみました。ほとんどが英語のブログなのですが結構日本のサイトも混じっててびっくり。たし か、最近どっかの記事(*) に転載されててその時もそう思ったんだけど - スペイン語、ポルトガル語、ドイツ語、フランス語、イタリア語、中国 語、韓国語とかのブログだってここには混じっていてもよさそうなのに、ほとんどが英語なのです。そのなかで、100個中の8個というのは大健 闘ではないか?(見落としがあったらごめんなさい。) またこのランキングは多分、随時更新されていると思うので、時間とともにランクもかわると思われます。一番、健闘してるのが「生協の白石さん」とは驚きですね。本が売れてるとは聞いてましたが。。22. がんばれ生協の白石さん 32. 真鍋かをりのここだけの話 42. @NEWS 45. 鉄馬てきとーう日記 69. Excite 世界びっくりニュース 83.芸能&スポーツ瓦版 86.中川翔子オフィシャルブログ 99. 古田敦也公式ブログ technorati tags: technorati blog テクノラティ (*) Linkology, New York via Guy Kawasaki, それにしても、アメリカ人が漢字で書かれたブログを見てもそれが日本語なのか中国語なのかの判断がつかないみたいですネ。けっこう間違ってます。。このブログもどっかにはっきりと、JAPANESEっていれとかなきゃ。

Posted in blog repertoire, folksonomy, Japan, social media