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Derived from the combination of ‘folk’ (people) and taxonomy (the science of ordering information), folksonomy has become synonymous with social or ‘collaborative tagging’ – a phenomenon of the so-called ‘social web’.
This is the American English definition of folksonomy. View British English definition of folksonomy.
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow itBuzzWord Article
moving with rhythm, together as oneadd a word
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