If you like the idea of tagging you web pages and your books, how about tagging your people? Sounds a bit like info-tainment to me, but I felt obligated to post it because of the compelling freakiness of it all.
Tagalag is a service that lets you tag people, via their email address. It’s not a ‘tribute’ site like 43 people, because only people who know a person’s email address can add tags for that person.
<p>If you create a profile you can add personal and geographical information about yourself.</p> <p>I don’t know if Tagalag is onto a viable business model, but I like the idea of tagging people. This could become interesting as it evolves.</p>
Read it: People Tagging with Tagalag
See also the recent surge of interest in Facebook, which about 80 percent of college kids are using. (No, really, 80 percent — I've seen other numbers that confirm this phenomenon.): Facebook Users sure are Passionate