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del.icio.us : Let the World Know Your Tastes

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

June 15, 2007

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del.icio.us LogoIf you think something is "delicious", you can share that fact with everyone by bookmarking the page or website using a service aptly named...

del.icio.us !

Learn more about the social bookmarking tool del.icio.us at VOX Daily.

Have you ever used del.icio.us?

del.icio.us is a social bookmarking site that allows you to bookmark, describe and tag web pages that you like or find particularly useful.

Essentially, del.icio.us lets you share your favorite websites with the world and lets you in on what everyone else has bookmarked as their favorites, too.

According to del.icio.us, you can use their tool to:

- Consolidate your bookmarks and access them from anywhere you have an Internet connection.
- Share bookmarked pages with friends, family, associates, and colleagues.
- Explore the bookmarks of others to discover new things.

Sounds good, del.icio.us, but what else do you offer?

The answer to that question is readily apparent on the del.icio.us About page. I've summed it up below.

What can you use del.icio.us for?

- Research
- Wishlist
- To find, listen to and promote podcasts
- Plan a Vacation
- Linklog
- Cookbook
- Collaboration

Something else that is great about del.icio.us is that since the application is web-based, you can access your bookmarks from any computer, anywhere in the world.

You can get started with del.icio.us quickly. Start by reading this page about how to sign-up and use the service.

Best,

Stephanie

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