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22-Jun-2020 22:10 by 7 Comments

Delicious tags not updating

Features: Shaarli is distributed under the zlib/libpng License: Copyright (c) 2011 Sébastien SAUVAGE ( This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty.

First to Yahoo, then by Yahoo to AVOS Systems in 2011, by AVOS Systems to Science In in 2014, and by Science INC to Delicious Media in 2016.

) the power of collective association - in addition to me, keeping track of my own shit, what I'm really interested in, is who are the other mono-maniacal souls who've bookmarked that same crazy page that details [insert the most wonderful thing you've ever found on the web, here] - ok, and now that you know who these other kindred spirits are, what other great stuff have they found while you've been sleeping?

Wasn't that the promise of this whole web endeavor?

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The above can't happen if we're all in balkanized silos scattered across the landscape.

Don't say ' API' - not going there.. It's an desktop environment in the browser that lets you easily keep your bookmarks organized with drag and drop, list view, and sorting. I've tried so many different services but Pinboard is the best mix of minimalism and features.So, save your own bookmarks and stop posting 14,000 websites for free on the internet. Shaarli, the personal, minimalist, super-fast, no-database delicious clone. Shaarli is a minimalist delicious clone you can install on your own website.Delicious itself is a poster child for the service that not enough people want (to pay for) but has a vampire like quality that won't let it die. And yet, just about as isolated as Bram Stoker's Dracula, too. Because on the internet, thousands of users are, in effect, no users at all. Pinboard mentions alternatives - some of which aren't even around still - so it's questionable if anyone is even actively working on Pinboard. It's all over; the asteroid of internet-doom just hasn't hit us yet, but it's shadow is... If Facebook can alter TOS at will under the protest of millions, along with Twitter, G , and dozens of other massive sites, do you think any screaming user will cause Pinboard to stay up? But even if they were working on Pinboard, it's still a free service and one that stands no chance of continuing forever. It has almost zero chance of being around ten years from now. I recently bought a Pocket Pro license and I'll never use anything else.