Friday, January 07, 2005

ab.outi.us... these people are reaally nerd :)http://www.blogger.com/img/gl.link.gif

http://sid.vicio.us - creates ontologies for tags on del.icio.us


http://nutr.itio.us - javascript bookmarklet which allows you to select
the text for the description field of the link you want to add to your
delicious links.

http://avar.icio.us - another posting interface

http://extisp.icio.us - from the extispicious FAQ �Aside from the
obvious
keyword-quantity/font-size ratio, the representation isn�t very
meaningful
at all - tag positioning is entirely random. Extisp.icio.us may do more
meaningful things when it can get bite-sized correlation data from
del.icio.us, but for now the tags are just randomly juxtaposed,
allowing
you to draw your own meanings and revelations from the overlapping
entrails. Take what you will from it. �

http://taga.licio.us - �I found a lot of ways and hacks to integrate
your
delicious links into a page, but I wanted to fetch all links for a
given
set of tags, not just mine, so I wrote my own hack : introducing
taga.licio.us, yet another del.icio.us php hack�

http://loqu.acio.us - Another javascript bookmarklet that adds some
additonal information. �These are two things that you might like using
if
you use a del.icio.us account with other people, or if you use more
than
one account. The first one lets people leave comments on your shared
account without stomping on earlier comments: the second one lets you
login and post to one account with a single click.�

http://Cocoal.icio.us - A freeware MAC OS X client

2 Comments:

Blogger j said...

ehehehehe ; )

January 7, 2005 at 2:12 PM  
Blogger j said...

foxy.licio.us 0.3 just released
http://dietrich.ganx4.com/foxylicious/


from the page:

Foxylicious is a Mozilla Firefox extension that syncs your del.icio.us bookmarks into your browser bookmarks.

Also, if you are doing Firefox extension development with del.icio.us or with bookmarks, the Foxylicious source contains reusable components for working with these things.

January 7, 2005 at 5:33 PM  

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