July 12, 2008
As a WordPress user it’s easy to bring links into my blog using the Delicious daily blog posting feature. Starting today, I’ll be sharing some of my favourite links. (Fingers crossed that it works.)
If you want to integrate your delicious links on your own WordPress, Blogger, or Typepad blog, take a look at these instructions and screenshots, or go to the ‘Settings’ link on your Delicious account, and follow the *experimental* instructions.
June 20, 2008
The libraries using delicious list has been updated with some great links. Thanks to everyone who emailed me, responded via the comment form, and even direct messaged me in Twitter! It’s great to see more libraries using social bookmarking tools such as del.icio.us.
The ALA Government Documents Roundtable (GODORT) wiki provides a useful list of links to librarians using delicious to collect government documents.
The New York State – 2008 Summer Reading Program uses delicious for linking to other summer reading program web sites, programming ideas, games and more. Their deli.cio.us links are nicely integrated on the program page using Feed2JS.
June 12, 2008
April 3, 2008
It’s time to update the del.icio.us libraries list.
If you have any new additions or recommendations, here’s how you can get in touch with me:
- direct message me in Twitter
- add me to your del.icio.us network, and then select for:angelacw from your bookmarks
- send a comment via the del.icio.us libraries list (comments are moderated)
You can also subscribe to the del.icious/libraries tag feed.
I’m in the process of moving this list to a wiki, so stay tuned!
March 15, 2008
March 6, 2008
Some new del.icio.us tools and resources I’ve come across in the past week.
Del.icio.us Spy shows you bookmarks as they are added to del.icio.us, and allows for filtering by tag. You can save bookmarks “as they appear” to del.icio.us, Digg, or Redditt. Definitely worth looking at if you have a bit of time on your hands! Read more on ResearchBuzz.
del.ishli.st is a great way to share your “wishlist” items. As a del.icio.us user I quickly discovered the “wishlist” tag. del.ishli.st is a fun way to distribute your list without distributing all your other bookmarks. Here’s my wishlist. Read more at Web Worker Daily.
Curious to know who’s been bookmarking your site on del.icio.us? Visit http://del.icio.us/url/ , and type in the URL of your blog. The search provides a list of users who have bookmarked your site, including user note and tags associated with your URL. For my blog, the most common tags are: blogs librarians libraries tagging web2.0. Here’s a screenshot of my delicious libraries list. Thanks to Digital Inspirations for this tip.