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Well, I've started using it recently, and I'm quite impressed. In fact, I've already put a large portion of my extensive bookmarks online. It can be easily acessed at http://del.icio.us/miguel1626

del.icio.us makes it very easy to share your bookmarks and interesting links, and you can even tag stuff for other users (for instance, if you want to tag a website for me, just put the tag: "for:miguel1626" and it's done).

In case anyone is interested, I've a lot of links for good scientific journals and websited full of scientific news. Not to mention a lot of material on transhumanism and atheism/humanism. Accounting, business and finances also have plenty of links, although I guess that most people here aren't into this stuff. I haven't bothered to tag most individual articles/papers but I'll do it eventually.

BTW, I've also permanently abandoned IE as a browser, and switched to Firefox. And I've never looked back. Firefox extensions kick a$$ and it beats IE in every aspect. All hail Firefox!! :p

If anyone else is a user, post their usernames here, so we can all share the interesting stuff we've found. Below is a sample of my tags.
 

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sounds interesting enough but i dont use bookmarks much myself.
 

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Knowledge is the solution
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I tried it out and found it to be quite useful, although I don't have that many bookmarks for now (I'll upload more as soon as the school returns me my lab lap) and most of the ones I had right now where japanese grammar texts and japanese readings... aw well if anyone is interested:

http://del.icio.us/jjtapia
 
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