The Medium is the Message





Blogsonomy an early incarnation
 
 

Tags

  1. medium
  2. blogsonomy
  3. the medium
  4. ultimate match

Comments


Seth says
The "monthly encyclical", of which i produced none, was supposed to be like what today ... like subscribing to a deli.cio.us tag.  It seems that i was a bit ahead of my time. 


Mark de LA says
I have a larger resolution version if you can't read the details.

Seth says
Thanks for the scan, i had lost that poster .


Seth says
I don't get that it was a blogsonomy. More like the ultimate match. Pepole would call on the phone and i would make 3x5 cards for them and try to match them up. Never got enough volume to make it interesting. This happened circa 1978 in San Francisco.

Seth says
Mark 2006-01-17 07:30:36 2559
I have a larger resolution version if you can't read the details.
yep i'd lke a higher resolution scan, maybe via msn.

Mark de LA says

There is a thread here somewhere - notice I said an early incarnation certainly not like today - no internet. (Some Apple-II as I recall). If you can read the list of subjects it reminds me of folksonomy.

Seth says
These posters were hand posted on telephone poles and bulletin boards.   Oh what we had to go through pre Internet. 


Seth says
Here is a high resolution version ... right click and view picture to see the detail
 
 
 
 

Seth says
mark 2006-01-17 07:38:52 2559

There is a thread here somewhere - notice I said an early incarnation certainly not like today - no internet. (Some Apple-II as I recall). If you can read the list of subjects it reminds me of folksonomy.
This was even pre Apple-II ... and yes, the subject classifications was definitely folksonomy ... it grew as needed.

Seth says
seth 2016-02-05 04:51:42 [item 2559#44628]
wizzard here is another inactive thought who’s comments would best be collapsed for the sake of people reading the river.
Mark 2016-02-05 07:43:35 [item 2559#44668]
Why this one rather than any other long winded conversation? I like the archive revealing evolution.thumbs up done anyway.rose
seth 2016-02-05 07:47:48 [item 2559#44669]
thanks smiley.   and yes your right … all “long winded conversations” should hide their comments at least when they cease to be of general interest.  
Mark 2016-02-05 07:53:02 [item 2559#44670]
FB seems to do that automatically. A challenge may exist when a search medium or some other search is conducted. Anyway this conversation can exit this bit of nostalgia.thumbs up
like

See Also

  1. Thought about: craigslist: seattle / tacoma classifieds for jobs, apartments, personals, for sale, services, community, and events with 1459 viewings related by tag "the medium".
  2. Thought Connections with 22 viewings related by tag "medium".
  3. Thought about: Gather | Welcome with 6 viewings related by tag "blogsonomy".
  4. Thought geography and the ultimate match with 4 viewings related by tag "ultimate match".
  5. Thought about: Micro Persuasion: The Missing Piece in the RSS Puzzle with 1 viewings related by tag "ultimate match".
  6. Thought The Ultimate Match with 0 viewings related by tag "ultimate match".
  7. Thought Where are ALL the Fucking Answers ? with 0 viewings related by tag "medium".
  8. Thought 43,000 subcategories that we have across the globe in Ebay with 0 viewings related by tag "ultimate match".
  9. Thought about: vitamin k: under an influence with 0 viewings related by tag "the medium".