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Cocoalicious: Browser for Del.icio.us bookmarks

Cocoalicious is a really slick -- but, unfortunately, Mac-only -- dedicated browser for your Del.icio.us bookmarks. If you're a bookmarking junkie, and you have way more sites saved to Del.icio.us than you could ever hope to keep track of, this could be an ideal solution for you. It's laid out a bit like Apple Mail, with your tags running down the left side, your bookmarks on top, and a browser pa...

TagFetch: Folksonomy meta-search engine

One from the department of the inevitable: TagFetch is a search engine that pulls results from a variety of tag-friendly sites based on the tag(s) you enter. It's got a clean, usable interface with a streamlined Google-like front page. You can choose what kinds of results you want to see, i.e. news (Newsvine, Reddit), blogs (Technorati, Feedster), bookmarks (del.icio.us), or media (Flickr, YouTube...

Pixrat: Social bookmarking for photos

Pixrat is basically del.icio.us for photos. I don't say that disparragingly, though--Pixrat works as advertised and will definitely be useful for some people. By clicking on the Pixrat bookmarklet when viewing a page with a photo on it you can give the photo a description and tags, then later you can browse your boomarked photos with handy thumbnails, optionally searching by tag. You can also, of ...

SlashLinks makes del.icio.us link mirroring and linkblogs easy

I run a linkblog that mirrors my del.icio.us links via a contrived set of PHP scripts I whipped up one night and which quits working every couple months. SlashLinks looks like a much better solution. It's a tool whose tagline is "Own Your Del.icio.us Links!" that scoops up your del.icio.us bookmarks and republishes them on your own web site with a template of your own design. It rolls yo...

One big list of social (and otherwise) bookmark sites

Think del.icio.us (and its clones) and Yahoo! My Web 2.0 are the only social bookmark sites out there? Not so. This site has a list of several dozen free sites for collecting, managing, and sharing bookmarks. While I'm still pretty happy with del.icio.us, if you're looking for something a little different, this is a good place to start.Via Digg (which, strangely, isn't on the list)....

Browser Tip of the Day: Userscripts.org, a new home for Greasemonkey scripts

We're big fans of Greasemonkey here at Download Squad, and for the past few months the best place to find GM user scripts has been the GreaseMonkeyUserScripts wiki. But as much as I love wikis it leaves a bit to be desired, and so I'm hoping that Userscripts.org will grow to replace it. It's a bit rudimentary right now, but they've got the right idea: User scripts can be tagged a la Flickr a...