Ha! I assume you're using the irony deliberately here, Pat. That's
quite funny. An ontologist, one arguing against idiosyncratic
categories, who can't imagine how to organize his own idiosyncratic
bookmarks in a way more useful than ad-hoc search :-) (01)
On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 1:53 PM, Pat Hayes <phayes@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sep 16, 2008, at 7:31 PM, Rick Murphy wrote:
>> Many thanks for the pointers, Pat. This excellent discussion has
>> inspired me read these and track down the source material !
>> BTW - do you share any of your bookmarks on del.icio.us ?
> Um...no, I havnt ever quite managed to understand the point of
> del.icio.us. Why would anyone be interested in anyone else's
> bookmarks? It seems like collecting other people's waste paper. Im
> sure my bookmarks are so idiosyncratic that nobody else could possibly
> make sense of them.
> BTW, none of those pointers are bookmarks. I got them, as I get almost
> all my web links, from Google and a bit of quick surfing/searching. In
> my experience its almost always quicker to use the Web dynamically,
> going for what you want when you want it, then it is to search through
> bookmark files.
> Pat (03)
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