Social bookmarking not just

Last updated on July 3rd, 2015 at 04:37 pm

So Sim? researched then found him. People are already trying to improve and innovate social bookmarking. Sim? will write about his experiences.

One other exciting side effect of blogs and tagging is that people with a product, service, technology, or idea can reach out to people interested in that space.

Tags can even be used by groups to bring stuff to the their attention. Pick a unique tag you all agree on and start using it with for:usernametag. This tags for two is explained on the blog


Last updated on July 3rd, 2015 at 04:37 pm

Further to yesterday?s post on David Muir pointed me to his excellent guide to While it assumes your browser is Internet Explorer, it is the sort of guide I could give my mum, so I?ll forgive that. It?s a great introduction, explanation and exploration that answers the question, “why use”

David is a lecturer in the Educational Computing division in the Jordanhill Campus of the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. So it?s good to see educators making these sorts of guides available.

forget favorites, beyond bookmarks, try

Last updated on March 27th, 2017 at 04:29 pm

I was chatting to my friend Sim’¬†about blogs and stuff when I raised and he said

I looked at – yet another web system of questionable value was my analysis unless you can convince me it’s worth the effort?

That’s when I realised I didn’t get delicious until I saw a couple of screencasts about it. Specifically Charlie at This is going to be BIG! produced a screencast for integrating into the Firefox browser and John Udell created the screencast.

Now I don’t use favorites or bookmarks anymore. If it’s important enough to keep I’d rather tag it online and be able to find it again in context. How often have you seen a link in your favorites and wondered “what was that for?” Instead for example I now tag a page with “howto screencast” you can even see my list of screencasting items.