November 27, 2007
Two more great examples of del.icio.us social bookmarking at work.
Each subject bundle includes a tag, “HowDoIFind”, which provides links to video tutorials and help guides for using the library’s electronic resources and online subscriptions.
More del.icio.us resources:
- Round-up of del.icio.us tools and resources
- Social Bookmarking Tools
- list of libraries using del.icio.us
- del.icious/libraries tag feed
November 13, 2007
I had the opportunity to share my love of Del.icio.us in an article I wrote for the Ontario Association of Library Technicians / Association des bibliotechniciens de l’Ontario.
You can read it here.
September 27, 2007
Delicious recently announced a redesign of it’s popular social bookmarking site.
Delicious has been listening to it’s users and it’s evident in the preview. Version 2.0 promises to take social bookmarking to the next level of search and discovery.
Here are some brief highlights and screenshots of new features.
- A sleeker homepage displaying popular bookmarks “right now” and popular tags.
- The site has been reorganized into three main sections: bookmarks, people, and tags.
- Expanded search which allows you to not only search your own bookmarks, but virtually any context in Delicious. Search a bundle, a tag, your Network, or another person’s bookmarks.
- One of the things that has always bothered me about delicious is the lack of a user profile. Delicious 2.0 will allow you create a public profile with a display name.
- A new tag bar which allows you to navigate bookmarks by using tags and tag combinations. Tags can also be sorted by most recent, by popularity and alphabetically. (Yes, finally tag sorting alphabetically!)
- Bookmarks are easier to read, and you can change the display to either get more bookmark information or compact the display with a single click on the Tag Bar.
- Sidebar which displays the top ten tags in your bookmark collection, bookmarks in a specific bundle and the ability to bundle your networks and subscriptions.
- An action box that allows you to access commonly used tasks for a page. The action box includes a long awaited bulk editor that allows you to apply changes to a group of bookmarks all at once.
Delicious has certainly come a long way since version 0.0.
September 26, 2007
Read/WriteWeb looks at who’s winning in the social bookmarking arena in social bookmarking faceoff reloaded.
Delicious appears to be the clear winner so far, but where do the other players stand?
From Read/Write Web:
Stay tuned ….
September 24, 2007
Tired of disorganized bookmarks or saving your links in multiple locations?
Wired has some good tips to help you manage your bookmarks. The article includes links to bookmark applications and online alternatives, including bookmark storage services and social bookmarking tools.