Notetagger is a note folksonomy, based on TextSnippets which I posted about yesterday, and now it seems it has another version called just Snippets…also I have noticed that both versions have related posts for permalinks.
At the end of my post on TextSnippets I said:
“This blog-based folksonomy is specifically for code content, when will we see one just for any type of content or topic.”
Bruno from Feedmarker just sent me an email about his new service NoteTagger which answers my question.
It seems that developers are listening in the blogosphere…I wish I could make my ideas a reality myself, I guess that’s the idea of Ning.
Now there doesn’t seem to be a place to join the service yet, but from Bruno’s posts you can see it is a blog-based folksonomy…meaning that every post you make has a permalink, and the post can be just text if you like (just like a blog post).
RSS is available except for user level tags, just like TextSnippets…and hopefully there will be a comments feature for each permalink.
I wonder if there will be a choice for private/public posts, as some notes are going to be personal, and not mean anything to others…a private option would lessen the noise for these types of notes.
So at last someone has merged blogging functionality into a folksonomy environment…well done Bruno!
Well, it is called NoteTagger and not BlogTagger, but it seems to be the same thing.
What would be good is:
- Banner (presentation)
- Sidebar to add stuff you like
Soon will have java re-syndication and other blog intergrating tools.
I just noticed when posting you can add code in a box just like TextSnippets, but this isn’t promoted as NoteTagger isn’t focused on “codes” it’s just a general folksonomy…although the code box can be used any old way anyway. Maybe you could write a post with an introduction, then the body in the code box, and a conclusion after the code box.
What ever you use the code box for it is handy as it has scrolling features, so you can write long posts that can be scrolled.