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PUBLIC MARKS from springnet with tags delicious & del.icio.us

January 2008

Will We See Delicious 2.0 This Week?

It’s been four and a half months since Yahoo first previewed Delicious 2.0. We’ve heard not a peep from them since as to when it might launch publicly and replace the existing, somewhat dated interface.

December 2007

Submit Multiple URLs to del.icio.us Bookmarks as a Batch at Digital Inspiration

Imagine you have hundreds (or even thousands) of webpage URLs that you want to upload to your del.icio.us account. How would do this bulk submit when the delicious system allows you to bookmark web pages one at a time ?

November 2007

trendalicious v2.0

by 1 other
trendalicious is a real-time ranking of the 100 most popular web pages as reflected by del.icio.us, digg, and reddit. URLs posted to those sites are collected and ranked by their total number of votes or links.

May 2007

50 Matches.com | Home

by 3 others
We only crawl web sites that were bookmarked or voted for by people, in sites like del.icio.us, digg and reddit.

April 2007

Why Digg is More Popular than Del.icio.us… Or is it?

So, if Del.icio.us stands for Bookmarking, Sharing and Discovery, and Digg stands for Buzz, Partying and Traffic, which service will have a longterm appeal?

October 2006

joshua's bookmarks tagged with "del.icio.us" on del.icio.us

"One of the amazing things about our users is how smart and far-reaching their interests are. While delicious previously has been very much about just the data, in the future I hope to allow our users themselves to come forward within the system. Addition

September 2006

OUseful Info: deliShow: A del.icio.us RSS Slide Show

If you want to run a slideshow of web pages, fed from a delicous RSS feed, here's a way to do it: http://ouseful.open.ac.uk/deliShow/deliciousUsername/deliciousTag

July 2006

oishii! - ephemeral pheromonal del.icio.us-ness

by 30 others
oishii! One of the main purposes of social bookmarking systems is allowing people to see what other people are bookmarking. I frequently find things that people are linking to very interesting, and thought it would be nice to slap together a system that c