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    FFFFOUND!

    FFFFOUND! is a web service that not only allows the users to post and share their favorite images found on the web, but also dynamically recommends each users tastes and...

    Free Web iPhone

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    • Discontinued Their website (http://ffffound.com/) states as much: "June 2007 - May 2017". App also unavailable at App Store.
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    Unmark

    Do something with your bookmarks. Unmark is designed to help you actually do something with your bookmarks, rather than just hoard them. A simple layout puts the...

    Freemium Web Self-Hosted Chrome

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    Basket

    Basket is a bookmark organizing application. You can Save any URL and Embed Links in Basket. While saving and even later you can completely personalize your bookmarks...

    Freemium Web Android Android Tablet Chrome

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    Linkman

    Linkman Pro allows for managing large amount of URLs in its own database. From the website: "Linkman Pro can efficiently organize, synchronize and check large...

    Freemium Windows Internet Explorer Chrome Opera Firefox

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    favattic

    Your Online Bookmark Manager. The better way to manage and share your bookmarks. Use favattic‘s Web-Area for quick browsing. Easily access your bookmarks anywhere in any...

    Freemium Web Android

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    Pastin

    Pastin is a private inbox to store your links. Copy and Paste your links with the paste button. Create folders to organize your links. Share and build Teams to comment...

    Free Web Android

    • Discontinued The program seems to be abandoned. iOS app is no longer available; latest Android version, 1.1, released in April 2016, can be still downloaded from the Google Play Store.
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    Draggo

    Draggo is the best way to save, organize, and access all your favorite links from any online location.

    Free Web

    No features added Add a feature
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    Saved.io

    In your browsers address bar, type "saved.io/" in front of the URL of the site you want to save. Hit enter and you'll be redirected to saved.io where you...

    Free Web

    No features added Add a feature
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    LinkCollector

    Bookmark manager supports popular Windows browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Opera. Synchronize bookmarks, import links, find...

    Commercial Windows

    • Discontinued The program is no longer updated. Last version, 4.6.9, released in June 2014, can be still bought from the official website.

Delicious Comments

Comment by giamoss
about Delicious · Oct 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

https://larder.io is an alternative bookmarking site that I haven't heard much buzz about, but it seems to be pretty good - it at least looks nice, so that's something. lol

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Looks like its up again

Comment by alexlehm
about Delicious · Aug 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

Looks like the service was reworked once more and is now running on del.icio.us like before and my login works and they have all my links from before.

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Comment by tabakis
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

false alarm. delicious is not going to close, it's going to [something else :D]
"While we have determined that there is not a strategic fit at Yahoo!, we believe there is a ideal home for Delicious outside of the company where it can be resourced to the level where it can be competitive."
ref: http://blog.delicious.com/index.htm

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Comment by em4020
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

How To Import (1) Delicious Bookmarks Into Xmarks with 3 clicks

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Comment by tabakis
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Google bookmarks perhaps? there's a script that imports delicious to gb for you @ http://andyhitchman.github.com/DeliciousToGoogleBookmarks/

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Comment by em4020
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Xmarks (1) was and is the best cross-browser-bookmark-synchronization-service
Xmark’s cross-browser-sync (including mobile devices) is a unique feature, which no alternative service can provide: Firefox Sync does not work with Chrome or IE, Chrome Sync does not work with firefox or IE, and Windows Live Essentials Sync Program is not compatible with FireFox or Chrome. Since Dec.2010 Xmarks has with LastPass a new owner with the most popular and very excellent password service "LastPass" and now XMarks for IE can also be used for free in a commercial environment. Additionally you quickly can share a folder (with subfolders) with your personal internet-bookmarks online as webpage and you can vote and see the the average voting of other Xmarks-users for the quality of sites.
Further as an alternative to the Xmarks server you can use your own server for your bookmarks, and you also can sync the passwords across all your used browsers and computers, if you want.
I personally do not miss Delicious, which I never used, because Xmarks ever had by far more and better features. Especially for mobile devices. With the new owner LastPass I hope, that in 2011 XMarks will be additionally available also for Windows Mobile, Phone 7 and Opera.
(1) Small XMarks iconXMarks

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Comment by Ola
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Oh dear. Delicious is shutting down. What is the best alternative according to you guys? I think XMarks can do alot of the stuff Delicious does today?

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Comment by nosivadnomis
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Delicious is by far the best bookmarking service I've used in the last 10 years and having tried most of the alternatives listed here I find most of them lacking. While Delicious like all the others listed offers a great bookmarking utility that syncs between multiple browser types, it also has the best volume of content making its search results second only to the leading search engines.

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Comment by em4020
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Very good comparison (1) of cross-browser-bookmark-synchronization-services :
It seems, that Xmarks (2) has no real competitor concerning the cross-browser-bookmark-synchronization-abilities.
No other bookmark-sync-service than Xmarks is able to sync Bookmarks (and passwords) across IE, FF, Chrome, Mac OS X10, iPhone and iPad.
Additionally you quickly can share a folder (with subfolders) with your personal internet-bookmarks online as webpage and you can vote and see the the average voting of other Xmarks-users for the quality of sites.
Further as an alternative to the Xmarks server you can use your own server for your bookmarks, and you also can sync the passwords across all your used browsers and computers, if you want.
Bookmark.com (3) has no Chrome-support and a bad reputation on (4), whereas the reputation of Xmarks is excellent on (5) nearly equal to the excellent reputation of AlternativeTo.net, see (6).
(1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_browser_synchronizers
(2) Small XMarks iconXMarks
(3) http://alternativeto.net/software/bookmarkcom/
(4) http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/bookmark.com
(5) http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/xmarks.com
(6) http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/alternativeto.net

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Comment by em4020
about Delicious · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

For me XMarks (1) is the best application to store, synchronize & find bookmarks on multiple computers very easy.
Unlike delicious (organized mainly with tags) the web-links can be organized in a freely definable folder structure additional to using tags. You can find each link of your very big link-collection in a quick moment because of the excellent search functionality: search in link, description or tag, or search in the folder structure. Since 14 month I cannot imagine to use the internet without Xmarks and ScrapBook (2). XMarks manages only links, Scrapbook stores complete sites (with comments, if you want). I combine ScrapBook with DropBox (3) or SugarSync (4), so I have access to the stored internet-sites on serveral computers. Xmarks is also available for the windows explorer, but for this browser only for private use. XMarks has also a web-interface, which allows to publish and share a choosable link-directory with other people.

(1) http://alternativeto.net/desktop/xmarks/
(2) http://alternativeto.net/desktop/scrapbook/
(3) http://alternativeto.net/desktop/dropbox/
(4) http://alternativeto.net/desktop/sugarsync/

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