Is TV 2.0 on its way? Or in other words, might we be seeing broadband TV with shows that are tagged, that you can watch in any order based on keywords you're into, or even based on what your mates or what famous people into? Steve Rubel thinks so.
Tagging has got to be one of the best things about the social web. It lets you describe your stuff with one word. Simple. It's interesting to see what people are searching for on Technorati - tags like thursday thirteen, bush, war, iran and sex. Then other top search terms include MySpace (of course!) Sxsw, opel corsa problema, American Idol, Gmail, iPod, Amazon S3, Cpe, VoIP, Katherine Harris, Bukit Batok video. I'm not sure why some of these searches are so popular, and I'm not sure if the fact that I'm using these tags myself means that I'll get all sorts of wierd visits to my blog. I'll stop short of tagging my post with stuff that Clogger uses, the dirty beggar. But tagging gets the thumbs up from me.