Deliciousing

I’ve mostly caught up with my email. 177 answered today.

But now I have hundreds of interesting things to blog. While I’m listening to Bruce Sterling talk about spimes.

Anyway, I have a folder with hundreds of interesting things in it. How do I get those things to you? I’m playing with Del.icio.us. It’s a little faster and keeps my blog cleaner. Anyway, you might watch my Del.icio.us feed over the next day. By the way, I’m using Flock because it has Del.icio.us built in. So, I go to a site that someone emailed me. If I think it’s interesting enough to share with you I just click on the star button in Flock, fill in a description, and post.

Anyone got a better way to quickly share URLs with others?

61 thoughts on “Deliciousing

  1. “Wow. All in little own world, del.icio.us is only something a buzzworded-juiced-out geek could ever much use, or appreciate. Share your bookmarks, weee, poin.t.le.ss.”

    What do you think bloggers have been doing, when not actually writing new essays and such? Sharing bookmarks maybe? Either way, if you don’t like it, it’s less effort to just steer clear of it than to grouse about it to the rest of us.

  2. “Wow. All in little own world, del.icio.us is only something a buzzworded-juiced-out geek could ever much use, or appreciate. Share your bookmarks, weee, poin.t.le.ss.”

    What do you think bloggers have been doing, when not actually writing new essays and such? Sharing bookmarks maybe? Either way, if you don’t like it, it’s less effort to just steer clear of it than to grouse about it to the rest of us.

  3. It’s great. A little world of it’s own, del.icio.us is only something a buzzworded-juiced-out geek could ever much use, or appreciate. Distributed your bookmarks, point. With Yahoo editors, taking a gander at something like that, more than just social-softwareish and blogger-popularity.

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