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September 26, 2005

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Blocked_access Improve this article! A magazine article on Wikipedia - written by Wikipedia. (From ”Pathologically Polymathic”)

Blocked pages to the internet in the middle east: From Qater, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabian and Iran. Screen shots from China

del.icio.us is a social bookmarks manager. It allows you to easily add sites you like to your personal collection of links, to categorize those sites with keywords, and to share your collection not only between your own browsers and machines, but also with others.
Here are some of the most popular bookmarks on the network:
43 Folders with 3242 users,
Boing Boing with 2500 users,
PostSecret (2793 users),
Fark (1942 users),
CNN (1944 users),
Grow-a-brain (with 86 users – c’mon, people, what’s up with that? Bookmark it already!)
flickr (4054 users),
and Slashdot with 7675 users

Russian Wooden PC Case Mod. From the same outfit: Decorative hand-painted mice

Kevin Schofield writes: Ten Reasons Why I Love Microsoft. (From Michel Vuijlsteke's blog)

How to Write sensible email messages

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Hey Hannan, I just bookmark on del.icio.us when I won't back to the blog or I won't sign the feed. So you had to be happy, 'cause I don't need to bookmark you I always back here! :)

PS.: ok, I will do if this make you happy.

Posted by: Bibi at Sep 27, 2005 9:39:04 AM

Ah I bookmarked you: originally posted on 2005-05-24

Posted by: Bibi at Sep 27, 2005 9:42:21 AM

I wish the link to writing sensible email could be compulsory reading where I work! So much sense...so seldom applied. I'm going to mention that url at my next talk to 30+ new staff. Now...how do I bring it up with the worst offenders who are not new recruits??

Posted by: Julie at Sep 27, 2005 12:43:43 PM