I released my latest way too large opus on tagging and folksonomies and will most likely take a break from the concept for awhile. (Cheap Eats at the Semantic Web Cafe was the first.)
While I don’t share the wild enthusiasm that all we need are tags and folksonomies to fuel the semantic web, I did find tags very handy for being a replacement for trackback, and plan on using tagback from now on. The nice thing about it is that I can use tagbacks right now, with existing technology, and I don’t have to convince anyone to support anything.
I’m off for a while on a road trip, exploring inner and outer highways and byways, but when I return, finally the other updated chapters for Practical RDF. Love live the evil ontologies and taxonomies.