Sent to me by Christina, and leapt upon because (a) I really enjoyed his Library of Congress lecture, and (b) I'm feeling guilty for low blog entry count. From the summary of the April 26, 2007 edition of "Open Source with Christopher Lydon":
It’s hard to summarize his theory of everything in one sentence, but this is pretty close: “To get as good at browsing as we are at finding — and to take full advantage of the digital opportunity — we have to get rid of the idea that there’s a best way of organizing the world.”
I'm excited to see the buzz around David's latest book, "Everything is Miscellaneous," as I think he's very right. I'm also coming to the conclusion that taxonomies are merely folksonomies with a contextual hierarchy and which context might be shared. But I still have a lot to learn.