Fringe Contacts : People-Tagging for the Enterprise

@inproceedings{Farrell2006FringeC,
  title={Fringe Contacts : People-Tagging for the Enterprise},
  author={Stephen Farrell and Tessa A. Lau},
  year={2006}
}
Tagging has arisen as way to enable users to contribute to a loose taxonomy characterizing web pages, pictures, products and other things. We propose tagging people in order to help individuals keep track of each other while contributing to a loose characterization of their friends and colleagues. “Fringe Contacts” is a reference system designed to test whether peopletagging is a viable and useful approach. It includes both user and programmatic interfaces to tagging functions. The latter is… CONTINUE READING
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