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While trying to learn more about web 2.0, I opened an account with I'll be honest with you folks, I don't get it.. Or maybe
I'm just not using it right.

I've been saving web-based bookmarks on both Yahoo and my google for
years. They're handy when I'm on the road and don't have access to my
computer. But that's all they are, bookmarks.  So I bought into the
hype of and I'm trying to figure it out.  Is it that you
can see other people's bookmarks? I'm not sure why I'd want to do that.
Like I said, maybe I'm missing something.

- Alex

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nightrider.36 wrote:

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I don't use the service myself, but I'd imagine it's something like
Amazon's 'recommendations', in that: if someone liked A, B and C, and
you liked A and B, then there's a good chance you'll like C too.

K A Nuttall
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nightrider.36 wrote:
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True, is extremely over-hyped, but it's a nice little
system.  The main selling point is that the tagging system makes it
extremely easy to organise your bookmarks and view related posts from
other users.

However, my favourite feature of is actually a Firefox
feature.  If you add one of your RSS feeds as a "live
bookmark" in Firefox, you get an automatically updated set of bookmarks
in your menu, no matter which of your PCs you sit down at.  Nifty!

- apathetic

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