Oracle Mix according to Delicious

I was doing a little bit of egosurfing for Oracle Mix last night (you know, see what people have been saying on blogs, on Twitter etc.) and came across a few interesting tidbits on Delicious.

The site has been bookmarked 194 times since its launch in November of 2007. The top 10 tags used to describe Mix are as follows (number of occurences in parentheses):

  • oracle (127)

  • community (60)

  • web2.0 (51)

  • jruby (35)

  • programming (28)

  • social (25)

  • rails (23)

  • rubyonrails (20)

  • socialnetworking (15)

  • enterprise2.0 (14)

A few people add notes to their bookmarks. Here are a few recent ones:

Oracle's crowdsourcing site to get public input (ddjuplin)

A customer community created by Oracle on Ruby on Rails. Has 40K members. A good example of building a community before your users do it for you. (Dion Hinchcliffe)

Another big company gets on the idea capture bandwagon (Aden Davies)

Pretty accurate, all in all (though to be honest, we're still only at a little over 30,000 registered members).

Delicious is one of many ways we try to listen to what people are saying about Mix, so we'll keep an eye on it.

Comments:

So of course I had to do the same thing after you mentioned it (ego surfing on delicious). Not nearly as impressive as Oracle Mix, but amusingly enough 2 of the nine were bookmarked by you! chet

Posted by chet on January 02, 2009 at 08:58 AM PST #

Well, there you go. I admit I've been using Delicious quite a bit over the past three or so years. It's a great way to do research, discover great content, identify trusted sources etc. (and yes, monitoring certain tags or sites can come in handy sometimes). ;-) Happy New Year!

Posted by Tim on January 02, 2009 at 12:46 PM PST #

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