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I <3 Delicious -- have used it for about four years. I just subscribed to your Delicious bookmarks, by the way. I haven't used that feature of Delicious as much lately, but it's a great way to see what thought leaders in a particular field are reading and find important. In workshops I've described using Delicious as "getting the smartest people in the world to do your research--for free."

I've used it for quite awhile as my only bookmarking tool, since it allows me to keep notes or copy the most salient quotes from the pieces I save and know at a glance why I saved them. Thanks for providing more tips on how to make it useful.

it still seems complicated

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