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The Internet has given both consumers and businesses access to vast amounts of information. Easily organizing and understanding relationships among different sources and kinds of the data is another manner all together. Over the last few of years several websites have used “Tag Clouds” to help their users navigate information in their sites. A Tag Cloud is a text-based depiction of tags across a body of content to show frequency of tag usage and enable topic browsing. In general, the more commonly used tags are displayed with a larger font or stronger emphasis. Each term in the tag cloud is a link to the collection of items that have that tag. Digg, the internet news site, has taken Tag Clouds to a new level by developing what they call Swarms, Stacks and other forms of information “clouds.” Examples of these can be found at labs.digg.com.