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Tip #35: Tag! You’re It! Social Bookmarking

Today’s tip is a little bit about sharing and a little bit about access. If you’ve ever wished that you had access to your bookmarks from more than one computer, social bookmarking might be just what you need. Perhaps the most popular social bookmarking site is Delicious (formerly del.ici.ous). How does it work? Here’s a great explanation from Common Craft:

So, if you’d like to give it a try, visit Delicious and set up an account. Once you have an account, you can:

  • Import your existing bookmarks/favorites. (Just beware if you’re messy bookmarker, like me.)
  • Or look around to see what others are marking by using the tags; it’s a great way to find new and interesting links.
  • Once you have some links, share with others. You can even share with us–look for dasd_integrates and add us to your network.
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