Tagging items has become one of the hallmarks of modern web applications. Delicious and FireFox allow you to tag your bookmarks, Facebook lets you tag people in photos. Flickr supports tagged pictures. Blogs permit you to tag your posts. The list goes on and on.
Tags are incredibly useful because they enable categorization of items in a dynamic and natural way. Items can have multiple tags and you can make them up yourself as you go, so that they are meaningful to you and in the context in which you are working.
The odd thing is that tags are not yet very prevalent in most mainstream email programs (except perhaps Gmail) and collaboration tools like contacts, calendars, etc. This is where LuxSci jumps in. LuxSci has had full tag support since June, 2007; in recent months, tagging has become easier and more powerful due to updates to our GUI (graphical user interface).
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