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Introducing Tagyu

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Say hi to Tagyu. He’s a clever little guy that really knows his tags. Tell him what you’re talking about and he’ll tell you what tags you might want to use.

The basic premise of Tagyu is to let other people help you tag your content. Tagyu comapres what you’re writing to what other people around the web are writing. It looks at how they’ve tagged their content and uses that informtion to give you some ideas about how to tag yours. Look at any tag and you’ll see items from del.icio.us that match that tag. Tagyu will show you how those items are tagged at del.icio.us and then show you what tags it suggests for each item. Every time a tag is shown, it’s clickable, so you can free-associate all day long.

Tagyu learns by reading content, so it will become better behaved with age, which is more than I can say about your children. A web services interface is coming, natch.

BillSaysThis
October 7, 2005 8:54 PM

That was fast!

Alicia
October 8, 2005 1:16 AM

Thanks for the demo at 2.1, are you coming to TagCamp? http://tagcamp.org/

Andrew Morrell
October 13, 2005 10:31 AM

Terrific Tools Adam - LOVE Tagyu, and am a huge fan of the Button Maker. Thanks for your work! Andrew Morrell www.andrewmorrell.com

David
January 21, 2006 9:45 AM

Is tagyu dead? I hope not, I liked it a lot. Unable to access for a week now!

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