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It's been a good month, and I thought I'd take a post to celebrate AND educate. This post's a bit more sales-y than usual, don't say I didn't warn you.
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I was re-listening to a David Linthicum EBizQ...
Tom Maguire had a good comment on my last post about Folksonomies in the Enterprise. He said (to paraphrase) that what makes folksonomies more powerful than taxonomies is that the "authority" of...
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