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HUGE fan of Delicious, and have been a regular user of it for the last several years. I also use it to keep track of trends, and refer back to these items when I'm putting together a blog post or a presentation.

I also have a specific tag called "Commented" that I use for posts I've commented on. It's helpful for clicking back to those posts that don't auto-notify me that someone has responded to my comment.

@Scott: I use an iPad app called NewsRack for my feeds (it syncs with my Google Reader account), and there's an option to share items from there to my Delicious account, too. How do you find Google Reader on the iPad?

Hey Valeria

I'm right with you. I use delicious for the above stuff, as well as tagging things for me own use at later points, like for books, frameworks, etc.

I do have a small community who check my delicious daily for cool stuff. This is far easier when using the iPad - saves right into delcious from Google Reader.


Glad to see more creative ways to use Delicious. I think this tool is under-rated. I recently wrote a post on ways I use Delicious at http://www.redgiantconsulting.com/2010/06/30/5-ways-to-use-delicious-com-in-your-business/.

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