Delicious Not

Jul 28, 2008
Updated • Dec 13, 2012

It’s been a long time now since Yahoo acquired Like most Yahoo acquisitions it was a great service and grew rapidly in popularity, but unfortunately was left to stagnate somewhat.

Frankly was one of the founding Web 2.0 services, along with Wikipedia, Amazon and Ebay. It’s the most popular social bookmarking service, even though the social aspects are ignored by many of the users.

For better or for worse it also popularized the web 2.0 URL… full stops are no harder to type then forwards slashes, but it sure feels like it.

Anyway it looks like the new Delicious service will be launching VERY soon. That’s right, has now officially become Delicious, although they’ve had the URL for years now.

Tech Crunch posted some screenshots a while ago which showed the new service to be pretty impressive, a complete code re-write, a cool new theme and interface and a stack of new features.

Apparently scalability was an issue which has held up the release for a year now. Ironically it was also the initial reason for the complete re-write.

Anyway, with the official blog providing assurance that “After months of work, the new Delicious is almost ready to come out of the oven” it may very well be true this time.

When it launches you’ll be automatically logged out of your account. I hope you guys will be able to handle this…

Personally, while an update will be nice, I never use through the web interface. I use it purely as a way to store my bookmarks online, no friend sharing, no visiting the homepage nothing. Flock 2.0 has awesome integration with and that’s how I use it.


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  1. Auxonne said on July 28, 2008 at 7:24 pm

    thanks joshua, i’ve just added you to my network!
    waiting now for your good links ;-)

  2. joshua said on July 28, 2008 at 1:44 pm

    @auxonne: adondai =) I need some more in mine as well

  3. thunder7 said on July 28, 2008 at 10:52 am

    cool thank you for the heads up!.

  4. Auxonne said on July 28, 2008 at 9:23 am

    what’s your username?
    i would like to add you to my network :-)

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