The social bookmarking site Delicious (formerly known as del.icio.us) has finally gotten a nice upgrade. Unfortunately, upgrades often lead to things breaking. Thus has been the case with the post-to-blog feature that automatically posted links I bookmarked during the day to this blog. Bummer as I *really* liked that feature. I’m hoping Delicious customer service can help.
In the meantime, I thought I’d post – although this time manually, which is proving pretty tedious – the links I’ve bookmarked over the past week. Enjoy, and as always, if you see a site out there that you think I might like, please send it along.
- Barack Roll – in the spirit of Rickrolling
- Poll Everywhere – live polling using SMS (USA)
- Downloadr – for downloading multiple Flickr images in a batch
- SNS visitor stats from Feb 2008
- Unleashing The Power Of Social Networking – (Forbes) write-up of Supernova 2008 panels (including the one I was on, although they misquote a statistic I mentioned)
- Wakerupper – “free wakeup calls and telephone reminders”
- How the Google generation thinks differently (Times)
Study Refutes Niche Theory Spawned by Web
- What do Cook County, city of Chicago and Illinois state employees get paid? (Chicago Sun-Times)
- Tweet 4 Missing Kids – Use Twitter to help locate missing children – can something like this work?
- Mac OS market share
- Flux – a game with bubbles (took me about five levels to figure out what was going on:-})
- Mixin – site to help coordinate social activities with friends
- Monitter – follow tweets on certain keywords in real
- ToAnswer – Q&A service integrated with Twitter