The blogs would look generic as they are part of a community portal, like del.icio.us, but they would have permalinks, comments, trackbacks…so they would have the basic functions of a normal blog, but the presentation would be homogenous, and the major difference is that every post would be tagged (as normal blogs have categories) and shared within the general tag cloud, and system features for discovery.
So imagine a system like del.icio.us, but you don’t have to be bookmarking a page in order to make an entry, you can simply just decide to post some text without having to link to something…so it isn’t a folksonomy for social bookmarks, but a folksonomy for notes or text or posts…as mentioned above if each user had permalinks, trackbacks and comments for every post this would be this exact system I’m describing (a blogsonomy or a notesonomy).
A new folksonomy called TagFacts has nearly achieved this although it lacks permalinks and trackbacks…nonetheless it is great to see a “folksonomy for text” (notesonomy) at last.
This can be also used as a link blog, but is more like a normal blog, because instead of adding an annotation to a link, like you do in del.icio.us, you are moreso adding a link to supplement your text - or you don’t have to add a link at all.
Other “folksonomy for text” (notesonomy) are Tagifieds (although this is not really for notes, it is a more of a bulletin board, but I mentioned it as you can just post text, without having to link to something), same with Num Sum (for spreadsheets)
…and also TagSurf, although this is more forum based…so it seems TagFacts is the first folksonomy for notes.
It seems to do for it’s own community what Technorati Tags does for the blogosphere, ie. aggregate tags for blog posts (in this case the post is text/note)…but TagFacts does this for its registered community, and it does more than just aggregate tags, it is a folksonomy.
Here is my user account for a look at a post.