in Many-to-Many: Social consequences of social tagging. Liz raises several issues related to tagging and other bottom-up classification approaches.
a Technorati Tags Bookmarklet courtesy of Matt at oddiophile. Of course if you’re using many of the weblog systems available it will be superfluous – Technorati also uses post categories via your RSS/Atom feed. But if you don’t use that stuff, or if you want a simple way to give a post multiple tags, then the bookmarklet will be invaluable.
has written a great article on stego, crypto, and the wonders of the net circa 1992 in Feed. His background with this stuff is almost exactly the same as mine, though I never actually called Tim May on the phone to talk about crypto. I did, however, cut my usenet teeth in alt.security.pgp; I was steeped in the literature of the time from people like Hakim Bey, Arthur and Marilouse Kroker (who I had the privilege of working with for 4 years), the CAE, and others; and I still dream, occasionally, about the promise of stego even if its most marketable use is for digital copyright tagging.