Category: tag

“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,

Posted in blog, folksonomy, jeff+jarvis, tag, weinberger

del.icio.us hotlist

Have you noticed del.icio.us has the new feature hotlist upfront, which focuses more on new last 1 hour tagged items. Interesting to see the difference on one hand services like technorati focuses on top 100 or my favorites EVER, on

Posted in del.icio.us, hotlist, tag, technorati, ui, user interface

What gyao doesn’t get

Gyao.jp is one of Japan fastest growing free of charge video streaming services, with a registered membership of 9.6 million+. Despite its self-proclaimed success, it, too, has the typical “directory” type user interface, akin to Yahoo’s. Might be comfortable to

Posted in ギャオ, broadcast, del.icio.us, gyao, Joshusa Schachter, media, SNS, social media, social networking, tag, ui, USEN, user interface, yahoo, YouTube

The bottom page

It might not be Yahoo alone, but most of us have long been accustomed to organizing information in a hierarchical manner, breaking the whole into pieces or parts by directory, so that we are comfortable calling the starting page “the

Posted in google, jeff+jarvis, metaphor, social media, tag, user interface, yahoo

日本人って、こんなにいたっけ?

テクノラティのCEOの公表数値によれば、世界中のブログのなかで、もっとも多く使われている言語が何と、わが母国語の日本語だそうです。今年去年から人口が減りはじめた、我が日本ですが、こんなにいたっけなぁ?驚きです。英語の苦手な人でも、グラフだけでもどうぞ。 こちら 🙂 Update: Thanks gashu for pointing out the mistake I’ve made in the link. (inside mixi) Now it is ok.  Here is my favorite entry of his. According to technorati’s CEO, Dave Sifry, Japanese is the largest use

Posted in ミクシィ, ブログ, テクノラティ, blog, dave sifry, Japan, mixi, tag, technorati, Tokyo

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 del.icio.us, Joshusa Schachter. Somewhat technical,

Posted in del.icio.us, folksonomy, innovation, Joshusa Schachter, media, rss, social media, tag, user interface