November 16, 2005 11:23 AM Subscribe
RawSugar - tastier than del.icio.us? Their hierarchical tagging scheme and the way they handle suggested items between users seem slick. But the social bookmarking phenomenon keeps growing, including specialty sites for academics and scientists. With Yahoo!'s My Web 2.0, it went mainstream. Google's tagging too. Heck, even Amazon's doing it. The usefulness of a social bookmarking site depends on its popularity, so is the concept getting hurt by all this balkanization? Have things gotten out of hand if there's a swiss army bookmarklet tool generator to speed things up? When will the tagging craze die down?
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