Closet Geek Tools of the Week

by Marianne Richmond on December 3, 2005

The ongoing Technorati tag mystery continued this week until a post on Allan Jenkin’s Desirable Roasted Coffee revealed the EGM Strategy Tag Generator. So far, it is working. Unfortunately, it is not working so well for Toby Bloomberg at Diva Marketing.…we might just have to write the last few verses of Twas NOT the Night Before Technorati Tags. In this tag game, it seems as if someone is always "not it."

From The eStrategyOne Buzz came SNARF, the "social network and relationship finder" from Microsoft. It is an Outlook add-on is supposed to organize your email by your own social network. I’ve installed it and think it has potental.

Digg is the third weekly addtion to my blog. According to their own definition, "Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking,
blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users
submit stories for review, but rather than allow an editor to decide
which stories go on the homepage, the users do." Depending how many people dig a Digg, the higher the rank on the Digg home page…another great user driven Web 2.0 application. You can post the stories to your blog (which I did in the left sidebar) or you can blog about the stories by clicking "Blog This"…or you can participate more passively and just read them.

 

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