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Social bookmarking

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  4. 4. One
of
the
biggest
problems
with
saving
bookmarks
for
web
sites/pages
that
are
 useful
to
you
is
that
they
end
up
being
shackled
to
that
par=cular
computer.
Imagine,
 for
example,
that
you
are
doing
some
research
at
home
that
turns
up
some
valuable
 informa=on.
As
you
need
to
jet
off
to
work
you
decide
that
you
will
finish
off
looking
 at
what
you
collected
and
will
embed
it
into
your
assignment
during
your
lunch
 break.
The
trouble
is
that
you
failed
to
email
the
bookmarks
to
yourself
and
therefore
 can’t
do
anything.

When
you
get
home
you
find
that
your
computer
wont
start
up
so
 you
need
to
restore
it.
Although
you
backed
up
all
your
important
files
and
 documents,
this
didn’t
automa=cally
include
your
browser
bookmarks,
unless
you
 were
expor=ng
them
out
of
your
browser
as
part
of
your
backup
procedure.
 The
above
was
a
really
worst
case
scenario
but
imagine
how
inconvenient
it
is
to
rely
 on
bookmarks
(which
become
important
when
you’re
doing
research)
which
are
=ed
 to
one
machine.
When
you
are
at
Kingston,
you
can’t
access
the
bookmarks
you
 made
at
home
or
work,
when
you
are
at
work
you
can’t
access
the
ones
at
home
etc.
 4

  5. 5. Social
bookmarking
tools
such
as
‘delicious’
are
web
based
and
provide
a
web
 interface
so
you
can
work
with
your
bookmarks
wherever
you
want.
You
can
manage
 your
bookmarks
directly
from
your
browser
or
via
the
web.
We
can
now
see
that
one
 of
the
many
benefits
of
using
a
social
bookmarking
system
is
that
it
allows
 centralisa=on
and
ease
of
access
to
those
important
bookmarks.
 5

  6. 6. 6

  7. 7. I’m
not
sure
about
you
but
I’m
a
bit
of
a
hoarder.
I
like
to
hoard
informa=on
as
for
me
 it
is
all
useful
and
all
worth
its
weight
in
gold
(even
if
I
never
end
up
looking
at
it
 again).
The
only
problem
is
that
the
really
useful
bits
of
informa=on
become
buried
 within
all
of
those
bookmarks
and
suddenly
all
those
bookmarks
I
collected
make
the
 hunt
harder.
Generally
when
it
comes
to
browser
based
bookmarking
there
is
no
 really
handy
mechanism
for
sor=ng
and
filtering

your
bookmarks
quickly
and
 efficiently.
 7

  8. 8. Social
bookmarking
tools
allow
you
to
organise
and
find
your
bookmarks
in
ways
that
 would
be
cumbersome
or
impossible
in
a
browser
based
bookmarking
system.
With
 delicious
you
can
add
a
=tle
and
descrip=on
to
a
bookmark.
You
can
add
your
own
 tags
(labels)
to
your
bookmarks
to
categorise
them
and
delicious
even
suggests
 commonly
used
tags
for
that
par=cular
bookmark.

 Once
you’ve
created
a
bookmark
in
delicious
you
are
given
a
wide
variety
of
op=ons
 for
sor=ng
through
and
finding
those
bookmarks.
The
main
method
for
doing
this
is
 via
the
tags
that
you
assigned
to
your
bookmarks.
As
you
select
tags
to
filter
your
 bookmarks
you
will
see
bookmarks
that
contain
the
chosen
tag.
As
you
would
 normally
associate
a
number
of
tags
with
a
par=cular
bookmark
you
would
then
 con=nue
filtering
the
results
as
required
un=l
you
get
to
what
you
need.
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  9. 9. 9

  10. 10. Have
you
ever
needed
to
share
your
bookmarks
with
colleagues,
friends
etc?
Has
this
 normally
involved
the
painful
process
of
going
to
your
browser,
finding
the
b***dy
 thing,
opening
the
page,
copying
the
address,
opening
your
email
applica=on...?
 Delicious
and
other
social
bookmarking
tools
provide
you
with
a
variety
of
ways
to
 share
your
bookmarks
in
a
painless
way.
You
can
send
a
bookmark
as
an
email
 message
with
the
minimum
of
fuss.
You
can
also
share
bookmarks
with
specific
users
 on
delicious
and
also
send
bookmarks
as
tweets
from
twier.
The
simplest
way,
 however
is
to
leave
bookmarks
that
you
would
generally
share
as
public
i.e.
don’t
 mark
them
as
private.
All
you
then
need
to
do
is
provide
your
delicious
username
to
a
 friend/colleague
and
they
just
need
to
visit
you
by
going
to
www.delicious.com/ username
to
get
a
list
of
all
your
bookmarks
which
they
can
si]
through
via
the
tags
 you
assigned
to
your
bookmarks.
 10

  11. 11. It’s
called
‘social
bookmarking’
for
a
reason,
and
that
means
that
users
bookmarks
are
 generally
le]
as
public
for
other
users
to
discover
and
share.
You
can
search
public
 bookmarks
of
other
users
via
the
search
facility.
See
what
a
search
of
‘summary
care
 record’
turned
up?
I
bet
you’re
interested
in
all
this
malarkey
now
eh?
Keep
in
mind
 that
some
relevant
bookmarks
may
not
have
turned
up
in
the
results
because
they
 may
have
been
tagged
as
‘pa=ent
care
record’
or
‘nhs
pa=ent
record’
etc.
so
don’t
 limit
yourself
to
just
one
or
two
searches.
Try
to
think
of
all
the
possible
relevant
 keywords
that
might
be
appropriate
to
tag
a
piece
of
informa=on
and
then
work
with
 that
list.
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