It turns out my Boolean URL tag hacking in Huffduffer is answering a real need: Will Myddelton had already put the same functionality together using Yahoo Pipes.
Slides from a presentation on machine tags by Aaron Straup Cope. I highly recommend downloading the PDF for the bounty of links listed under "Reading List."
A thoughtful piece on the question of extensibility in HTML5.
A great little Flickr slideshow from Phil Hawksworth.
Flickr has amassed tons of geotagging data and Aaron has been playing with it.
Wordle puts a new spin on the tired old tag cloud. Here's a cloud of my del.icio.us tags.
Here's a fantastic collaboration with the Library of Congress. We are being asked to collectively tag historic pictures with no known copyright restrictions. Wonderful idea! Are you watching, British Library?
Tim Lucas is using machine tagging to aggregate Flickr pics from the "I work on the web" meme started by Lisa Herrod.
A new project from Idea Codes (Emily Chang and Max Kiesler): a tag cloud for Twitter.
Yes, there is a reason why I'm using this machine tag. Watch the next release of Last.fm for machine tagging goodness on events.
This is funny in a very, very geeky way.
Machine tags will now be available through the Flickr API (that's triple tags to you and me).
This new method in the Flickr API could be used to create some fun zeitgeist-driven mashups.
Planet Microformats: Brian aggregates blog posts, upcoming events, del.icio.us links and Flickr pics tagged with 'microformats' (which means this link will also appear there... I mean here).
As a follow-up to my post about Yahoo's term extractor, I should point out that Tagyu also has an API. It's RESTful and simple.
This excellent little plug-in allows you to search your Del.icio.us links from Spotlight.
A nice use of the Flickr API.