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When I saw the news about the launch of Delicious 2.0, I can't say I felt a huge wave of joy, despite the fact that I am what most people would probably consider a hard-core Delicious user, with about 10,000 webpages saved since I started using it. But not only didn't I feel any joy…

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Mike Arrington says that Yahoo has started integrating shared bookmarks from Delicious (which it now owns) into its search results, which is an interesting move -- you can see an example here. Underneath each search result, it tells you how many people saved that page as a bookmark in their Delicious account. It doesn't seem…

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There's a small army of Google-watchers out there, and one of the best has to be Ionut Chitu at Google Operating System, who regularly comes up with things that others miss (Google Blogoscoped is another one). And last night, he posted about an interesting move by the Web behemoth to expand its social-networking features by…

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If you've experimented with "social bookmark" sites such as digg.com or del.icio.us as a way of filtering the web (something I wrote about here), you may have come across reddit.com. When I mentioned it in a recent column for the Globe and Mail about Yahoo's acquisition of del.icio.us, I got an email from one of…

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Content creator or slave?

by Mathew on December 14, 2005 · 4 comments

Henry Blodget, the guy many people blame (rightly or wrongly) for convincing them to invest during the dot-com bubble, wades into the "content creators vs. exploited masses" debate with a recent post on his blog Internet Outsider. Henry says that one of topics of conversation at a recent think-tank gathering was about aggregators like del.icio.us…

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