Just set up a del.icio.us account and posted some favorites with tags....interesting. I can see how this would be useful for access sites from different computers without having to bookmark them all...one stop shopping is for me!
I explored Technorati and really don't want to enter the blogosphere. If there is a site that I like and has a blog section (new for instance) then I'll just blog on that. I do have a few blogs I check into like Top Chef http://www.bravotv.com/Top_Chef_2//index.shtml and Keith Olberman http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3036677/ but I only read others blogs...am not inclined to write one!
As for the tags....I am not really interested in tagging.
Thoughts on the future of libraries and 2.0:
I think there are institutional uses for libraries and the future of 2.0, but not ready to say if those uses are all good. Seems some of the technology is a bit too much “busy work” and not enough real use. My outlook may be too narrow, but is a new technology really always better? Is it not sometimes like the person who tries to make a better can opener…might be fancier but is it any better?