In social bookmarking systems users describe bookmarksby keywords called tags. The structure behindthese social systems, called folksonomies, can beviewed as a tripartite hypergraph of user, tag and resourcenodes. This underlying network shows specificstructural properties that explain its growth and the possibilityof serendipitous exploration.Search engines filter the vast information of the web.Queries describe a user’s information need. In responseto the displayed results of the search engine, users clickon the links of the result page as they expect the answerto be of relevance. The clickdata can be represented as afolksonomy in which queries are descriptions of clickedURLs. This poster analyzes the topological characteristicsof the resulting tripartite hypergraph of queries,users and bookmarks of two query logs and compares ittwo a snapshot of the folksonomy del.icio.us.