Tag, you’re it: the childlike game of museum tagging

one more point regarding tags. This seems like it could be quite a nuisance. It can also lend to havoc in trying to source material. Another point in form is that it will increase the amount of searches. If I am seeking a specific picture on dime-clocks, then the chances that there are tags with that will probably be limited, but if I add bejeweled dime-clocks I will bring up an array of searches probably not relevant. In essence, it seems like a silly tool to involve people. Get them involved with learning and supporting history, rather than playlike tagging… tag, you’re it!

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~ by disembodiedspirit on November 5, 2008.

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