I’m sure it has been announced previously, but as a user I just received my email from Yahoo! notifying me of the sale of Delicious to AVOS. I used to be a huge Delicious fan. Remember when it was one of the darlings of “web 2.0”? My use and fan-dom has wavered as other tools such as Instapaper have proven more useful. Even in its hey day, my inbox remained empty as friends never really leveraged the sharing aspect as it was designed. Yet the feature remained. Only recently has search of own bookmarks been enabled. I wonder what this means for the future of Delicious? Hopefully some product innovations will follow.
Anyone who visits this blog often may have noticed I go to a lot of industry events. I love hearing talks, I always get something out of it, but even meet-ups without guest speakers
are an opportunity to learn from your peers. So if you’re too shy or too busy to fit an event into your calendar – maybe you’ll find a reason to finally go below.
Thanks to Bec for introducing me to Mappiness and this video. Should be interesting for anyone who has run a diary studies project.
Reading crazy spam may just be one of the best things about having a blog. Pills, pr0n, heavy equipment training courses (WTF?), spiritual healing, seo.To quote the first line from one attempt to infiltrate my spam filters, I give you this:
It’s the end if the work week. I’m at the pub across the road from work BUT NOT betting. Glad this user guide looks so unusable.
Gmail, it used to be so fresh, so clean. Now tile ads.