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social bookmarking

Sharing bookmarks to a website. See social bookmarking site.
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The colors depend on the total number of del.icio.us bookmarks for that certain TED talk.
Some also note that such websites as GeoCities and Del.icio.us met their ultimate demise after being acquired by Yahoo, which then did nothing to develop the sites, essentially leaving them to die.
TastyLabs, founded by former Mozilla employee Nick Nguyen, del.icio.us creator Joshua Schachter and Housing-Maps creator Paul Rademacher, is a software applications business that aims to connect people via social software.
Recently, Web 2.0 based applications (such as YouTube, Facebook, Del.icio.us, and Wikipedia) have led to an increase of popularity especially among younger groups of internet users (Godwin, 2006; McLoughlin & Lee, 2007).
What is more, throughout the year, teacher and students could continually add to their blogs sites (del.icio.us, weblogs, Face book, MySpace, etc.) that relate to what they are studying in class.
When Delicious first appeared, it was called del.icio.us. No one could remember that, so owner Joshua Schachter bought the delicious.
FxStat currently accepts 19 webmail services (Gmail, Yahoo Mail, HotMail, AOL and many others), messenger services like Yahoo Messenger or Windows Live Messenger, and 36 social networks and sharing websites (Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Orkut, Google Buzz, Del.icio.us, Twitter, Bebo etc).
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogging, video, interactive websites, e-marketing, texting and mobile apps (turn to "App Attack" on page 44) are just a few of the ingredients that might go into your recipe for a delicious (del.icio.us is another potential way to spice up content) meal of marketing and communications.
There you will find information about RILM, as well as an RSS feed from our website and a link to our bookmarks on Del.icio.us at http://delicious.com/RILM (these bookmarks are the websites RILM staff find most useful).